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Finance Companies

There are National and  1-3 district type Finance companies. There has been change in capital base requirement for Finance company operating at National level  and regional level requirement like in other financial institutions. Initially the new paid up capital base of NRs. 200 millions and Rs. 100 million respectively .  Some Finance companies weree also operating with merchant banking function and these companies require Paid up Capital NRs. 300 millions. The new capital base requirement for finance companies operating at national level and small level are NRs800million and NRs. 400 million respectively.

With the increase in paid up capital requirement , a numbers of finance companies have either merged or got acquired by other like minded financial institutions.

The finance companies operating in the country and their present status and operational area are presented here in alphabetical order.

SN Name of Company Stock Symbol Operational Area Status
1 Best Finance BFC Regional  
2 Central  Finance  CFCL Regional  
3 City Express  CEFL Regional  
4 Goodwill GFCL National -
5 Guheshwori Finance
 GMFIL Regional -
6 Gurkhas Finance  GUFL  National -
7 Hathway HATH  Regional  
8 ICFC Finance ICFC  National -
9 Janaki Finance JFL  Regional -
10 Jebil's Finance  JEFL  National  
11 Lalitpur Finance LFC  Regional  
12 Manjushree Financial Institution MFIL National -
13 Multipurpose Finance MPFL  Regional -
14 Pokhara Finance PFL  Regional -
15 Progressive Finance PROFL  Regional  
16 Reliance Finance  RLFL Regional  
17 Shree Investment & Finance SIFC National  
18 Srijana Finance SFFIL  Regional  -
19 Synergy Finance SYFL National  
20 United Finance UFL  National -

Corporate News

NRB seeks commitment from commercial banks for mergers and acquisitions

Kathmandu, June 27-Nepal Rastra Bank today summoned chairpersons and chief executive officers of all 28 commercial banks in operation to discuss possible mergers and acquisitions in the future.

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Remittance up by 20 %

KATHMANDU, June 19: Despite the declining number of people leaving for foreign jobs, the remittance into the country has increased by 20 percent, according to Nepal Rastra Bank report.

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Govt plans to raise CGT on share transactions from next fiscal year

Kathmandu, May 26- The government is planning to increase the capital gains tax (CGT) on share transactions from the next fiscal year citing the need to usher in stability in the share market.

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Civil Bank holds AGM

KATHMANDU, May 11: The Annual General Meeting (AGM) of Civil Bank Ltd has approved 14.30 percent dividend – 10.25 percent stock and 4.05 percent cash – to its shareholders. The event was held at Amritbhog in Kathmandu.

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