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Consultation Meeting on Family-Friendly Policy/Practices in Banking Sector

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Nepal Bankers’ Association & UNICEF Nepal jointly organized Consultation Meeting on Family-Friendly Policy/Practices in Banking Sector on 25 August 2021. The meeting discussed the necessity of Work & Family Life Balance accompanying three major resources; time, finances & services that shall have a positive impact on children’s development & wellbeing. Besides, the meeting also discussed

Webinar on Internal Capital Adequacy Assessment Process (ICAAP)

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Nepal Bankers’ Association & RIMS jointly conducted a webinar program on Internal Capital Adequacy Assessment Process (ICAAP) Implementation on 19th August, 2021. The webinar discussed on management of the risk profile and capital requirements of bank in today’s risk environment along with internal procedures and processes required to ensure adequate capital resources in the long

Financial Literacy at Karnali Province

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March 22, 2021, Nepal Bankers’ Association (NBA) Karnali Province Committee, supported by NBA, Kathmandu organized 1-day Banking Awareness/Financial Literacy Program amongst local entrepreneurs and banking customers of Birendra Nagar Municipality, Karnali Province, at Birendranagar, Surkhet. This program was designed with special focus on Digital Banking, Basics of Credit and Tax regulation. Further, information regarding subsidized

Discussion Session on “Understanding the Social Security Fund: Opportunities and Challenges”

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December 22, Kathmandu: Samriddhi Foundation hosted a public discussion session on “Understanding the Social Security Fund: Opportunities and Challenges” to address significant concerns and confusions regarding its operationalization and administration that have been raised recently. The event held a moderated panel discussion wherein the Executive Director of NBA, Executive Director of Social Security Fund and

Round Table Discussion on Open Data for Business (OD4B)

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December 19, 2019, Kathmandu: Nepal Bankers’ Association in partnership with World Bank organized a Round Table Discussion on “Open Data for Business (OD4B)” in the presence of Dr. Gunakar Bhatta, Executive Director – Research Department, Nepal Rastra Bank and senior executives from the member banks representing different departments. The roundtable primarily focused on how banks

Promoting Environmental and Social Standards in the Hydropower Industry in Nepal

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November 22, 2019 Kathmandu: Nepal Bankers’ Association & Independent Power Producers’ Association Nepal, together joined in the commitments to drive long-term sustainable growth, safeguard the environment and to deliver measurable benefits to society and the real economy through hydropower activities, responsible financing decisions. The approaches to attain such desirable outcomes include: Making and getting uptake

Banking Summit 2019

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September 17, 2019 Kathmandu: NBA, in coordination with Business TV Nepal, organized “Banking Summit 2019”. The event was organized with an objective to discuss upon global banking practices and cutting edge technology in banking sector, the fresh discourse in the contemporary banking system, risk management, challenge of foreign fund management, banks in startup and innovative

The CEO Roundtable meet – Nepal

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September 15, 2019, Kathmandu: Refinitiv (Previously Thomson Reuters F&R) organized “The CEO Roundtable meet – Nepal” where CEO’s of all the commercial banks were invited. Apart from the CEOs, other officials from banking sector were also present in the program. During the program, Mr.Sachin Somani, Refinitiv Market Development Manager, spoke about the “FX Global Code

Potential collaboration between Nepal Police and Banking Industry

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16 March, 2019. NBA held an interaction session in coordination with the Nepal Police to discuss on the “Potential collaboration between Nepal Police and Banking Industry” in the presence of SSP Uttam Raj Subedi, DSP Rajendra Pokhrel, DSP Rajendra Pokharel, DSP Bishnu Prasad Soti and other officials from Nepal Police, and representatives from the Commercial