Interaction Program on Anti Money Laundering

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Office of the Prime Minister and the Council Ministers (OPMCM) organized a program on Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Countering the Financing of Terrorism (CFT) Mutual Evaluation and Effectiveness Response Report. Dr. Hari Nepal, Deputy Director of NRB highlighted the progress made on AML/CFT Effectiveness so far. The program was divided into two sessions:  during the

Meeting to Discuss on NFRS 3 and NFRS 9 Implementation

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Nepal Bankers’ Association (NBA) organized a meeting to discuss on implementation of NFRS 3 and NFRS 9. The meeting was hosted to gain better insight into the implementation and understand the current position of banks with regards to NFRS 9, and the easing out the bargain purchase gain matter related to NFRS 3. Officials from

Interaction and Networking Evening with NBI

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National Banking Institute (NBI) and Nepal Bankers’ Association (NBA) collaborated to host an interaction session inviting the CEOs of all member banks. Mr. Kumar Lamsal, Chief Executive Officer, NBI delivered a presentation highlighting the objectives, goals and future plans of NBI. He also talked about the range of activities conducted by NBI including their vision

Disaster Risk Reduction and Management

Nepal Banker’s Association (NBA) presented a paper on “Preparedness and Response Plan of the Commercial Banks on Disaster Risk Reduction and Management” at the Disaster Study Risk Reduction and Compensation Division, Ministry of Home Affairs. The objective of the program was to learn the practices of essential service providers on preparedness and responses to disasters

Interaction on CBDC and Upcoming Monetary Policy

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Nepal Bankers’ Association (NBA) in coordination with Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) organised an interaction program on Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) and Upcoming Monetary Policy at Pokhara on 1st July 2022. The objective of the program was to get input and suggestions from the CEOs of commercial banks by having a discussion on CBDC and

Program on Environmental and Social Risk Management (ESRM)

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Nepal Bankers’ Association (NBA) in a coordination with FMO and Dolma Consultant organized an interaction program on Effective Implementation of Environmental and Social Risks Management (ESRM). CEOs and Chief Risk Officers of the member banks participated in the program. The prime objective of the workshop was to enhance the capacity of the banks and raise awareness,

Agri Loan Fair

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In collaboration with other member organizations and various other stakeholders, Nepal Bankers’ Association (NBA) hosted the Agro Loan Fair (Krishi Karja Mela) on March 23-24, 2022 at Bharatpur, Chitwan. The main objective of the program was to connect various service providers and financial institutions with their agro loan services to farmers and agro entrepreneurs, and

Department of Money Laundering Investigation Program

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Nepal Bankers’ Association (NBA) in coordination with Department of Money Laundering Investigation (DMLI) organized an interaction program on “The Role and Interconnectedness of Reporting Entities, Regulatory Agencies and Investigating Agencies for Mutual Evaluation”. Officials from DMLI, Financial Information Unit (FIU), Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) and all member CEOs were invited to the program. There were

Webinar on Movable Asset Finance for MSMEs in Nepal

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On December 9, Nepal Bankers’ Association (NBA) in collaboration with International Finance Corporation (IFC), jointly organized a webinar on “Movable Asset Finance for MSBEs in Nepal”. The program started with an opening remarks from Mr. Anil Kumar Upadhyay, President, NBA and Mr. Babacar S. Faye, Resident Representative, IFC. In the opening remarks, Mr. Upadhyay highlighted

Webinar on ESMS & H&S management system

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On 25 & 26 November, Nepal Bankers’ Association in collaboration with FMO, organized a webinar to discuss the effective implementation of a Health and Safety (H&S) management system, as a sub-set within the larger environment and social management system (ESMS). These sessions were an ongoing engagement under the Steward Leadership Series aiming to start the