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Standard Chartered Bank Nepal

Standard Chartered Bank Nepal Limited has been in operation in Nepal since 1987 when it was initially registered as a joint-venture operation. Today the Bank is an integral part of Standard Chartered Group who has 75% ownership in the company with 25% shares owned by the Nepalese public. The Bank enjoys the status of the largest international bank currently operating in Nepal.
An integral part of the only international banking Group currently operating in Nepal, the Bank enjoys an impeccable reputation of a leading financial institution in the country. With 15 points of representation and 16 ATMs across the country and with around 350 local staff, Standard Chartered Bank Nepal Ltd. is in a position to serve its customers through a large domestic network.

Head Office, New Baneshwor, Kathmandu

Other Kathmandu valley branches: Jawalakhel, Lazimpat,

Other places: Bhairahawa, Biratnagar, Birgunj, Hetauda, Dharan, Nepalgunj, Pokhara (2), amongst others.



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News - Standard Chartered Bank Nepal
Standard Chartered Bank Nepal Ltd continued to record a revenue growth during financial year ended 2012-13. SCB Nepal’s operating profit and net profit for the period were recorded at a level of Rs 1.86 billion and Rs 1.22 billion, respectively. The growth in net profit was 4.2 per cent over the previous year.

Standard Chartered PLC announced a 10th consecutive year of income, profit and dividend growth. With operations in many of the world’s most dynamic economies, the company now has 26 markets delivering over $100 million of income. Total group income was up by eight per cent to $19.07 billion.

Standard Chartered Bank Nepal has won the prestigious ‘Bank of the Year’ award at The Banker Awards. The award was handed over to chief executive of the bank Joseph Silvanus at a grand gala dinner programme held at The Intercontinental Park Lane Hotel, London.

Standard Chartered Bank has been crowned as the Banker’s bank 2009 by the Bankers magazine. The award was given in regard of the growth and long-term strategic commitment of the bank to Asia. The bank was given the title for its good performance during the fiscal year 2008-2009.It was also named as the Best Bank for Asia.

In an unprecedented case seen in Nepal´s capital market, shareholders of Standard Chartered Bank  lost Rs 1,440 per share in a single trading day on Tuesday, prompting Nepal Stock Exchange index to shed 23.69 points

December 2008:
Standard Chartered Bank Nepal provided a sum of Rs. 50,000 for the treatment of economic journalist Gajendra Budhathoki who met with an accident recently.

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