StanChart relocates ATM

Himalayan News Service

Kathmandu, July 27:

Standard Chartered Bank Nepal Ltd (SCBNL) has relocated its 24 Hour Automated Teller Machine (ATM) in Kathmandu from Durbar Marg to Kasthamandap Departmental Store at Kamaladi, says a press statement issued by the bank today.

With the inauguration of the new site, Sujit Mundul, CEO, said that the Bank’s aim is to provide ATM service from a more convenient location and with more efficiency to consumers, says the statement.

The bank currently provides services from 11 ATMs in the country — three in Pokhara,

six in Kathmandu and two in Lalitpur.

Customers of the bank can have access to their accounts using ATM cards from any of these 24 Hour ATM machines.

In addition to the Bank’s ATM cardholders, these ATMs also facilitate services to Visa, MasterCard, Cirrus and Maestro cardholders. The eleven ATMs, in addition to its twelve points of representation, provide the bank with an effective network to service its customers in Nepal.