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Sanima Bikash Bank

Sanima Bank Limited (Sanima) was established in 2004 by the enterprising and dynamic Non Resident Nepalese (NRN) with a vision to mobilize required resources for the national development process. Sanima is the first private sector national level Bikas Bank in the country to be capitalized at NPR 320 million (equivalent to USD 4.5 million). The current shareholding pattern of the Bank constitutes of promoters holding 70% and general public holding 30%.

The Bank has been in forefront in the country for mobilizing its resources in financing hydro power projects.

To provide banking and financial solutions in a simplified way with customer focus while adding value to stakeholders' interests


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News about the Sanima Bikash Bank
December 10, 2015:
Sanima Bank has introduced online payment service with a view to provide additional services to its clients. The bank said that its clients can now enjoy facilities of fee payment and online registrations for TOEFL, IELTS, SAT, GMAT, GRE, ACCA and make payment for other e-commerce transactions. Read more

The board of directors of Sanima Bikas Bank Ltd are soon presenting a proposal to its shareholders for upgrading it to a Category ŽAŽ financial institution.

Sanima Bikas Bank has opened two new branches, one each in Narayanghat and Pokhara. Directors of the bank, Pankaj Adhikari and Bharat Kumar Pokharel inaugurated the branches respectively amid a function on Friday.

Sanima Bikash Bank Ltd will be stepping into its fifth year of establishment on December 6. It has deposit of Rs 3.69 billion and credit flow of Rs 2.63 billion.


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