HIMALAYAN NEWS SERVICE
KATHMANDU: Nepal SBI Bank listed its 400,000 units of debentures and 12.5 per cent bonus shares at Nepal Stock Exchange (Nepse) on Sunday. The bank’s 18th AGM had decided to list the bonus shares with a face value of Rs 100 per unit and debentures having face value of Rs 1,000 per unit at Nepse. The meeting has also approved five per cent cash dividend to its shareholders.
KATHMANDU: Himalayan Bank (HBL) for the first time in the country launched MasterCard Debit Card with EMV technology on Sunday. Individual accounts at HBL can avail the new facility. The bank, as an introductory offer for a limited period, is providing the card free of subscription fee. MasterCard Debit Card offers round the clock access to accounts, no charge is applied for cash withdrawal from the bank’s ATMs and can be used in all POS terminals without any interest and penalty charges.
Himstar brings offer
KATHMANDU: Him Electronics launched a new scheme ‘Himstar Herya Heryai, Chhatai Chhata – LCD Harek Saata’. The scheme gives away prizes with every purchase of Himstar TV, LCD, refrigerator and deep freezer, it said. Customers will get an attractive umbrella and
a lucky coupon which provides them a chance to win a 32” Himstar LCD each week.
Mega goes branchless
KATHMANDU: Mega Bank Nepal on Sunday started providing branchless service in Lalbandi of Sarlahi district. The bank’s corporate banking chief Govinda Gurung inaugurated the service amid a programme. The bank plans to install branchless banking service at Chhatapipara of Parsa today. By the end of the fiscal year, the bank plans to install branchless outlets in 17 rural locations throughout the country.