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Nepal Grameen Bikas Bank Ltd

Nepal Grameen Bikas Bank Ltd

Butwal Sub-Metropolitan City – 10, Kalikanagar, Rupandehi, Nepal
  • Nepal
  • Rupandehi
  • Butwal Sub-Metropolitan City – 10, Kalikanagar,
  • Butwal Sub-Metropolitan City – 10, Kalikanagar, Rupandehi, Nepal ,Butwal Sub-Metropolitan City – 10, Kalikanagar, Rupandehi,
  • Butwal Sub-Metropolitan City – 10, Kalikanagar,
  • [email protected]
  • +977-71-438954, 438929, 437929, 438951, 438953

Grameen Bikas Laghubitta Bittiya Sanstha Ltd. (GBLBS), formerly Nepal Grameen Bikas Bank Ltd., came into existence in 2014 August 15 (Shrawan 30, 2071) with the successful merger of the then five regional level Grameen Bikas Banks operated in the five development regions of Nepal. The head office of the institution is located at Butwal, Rupandehi district of Province no. 5.

GBLBS was registered as a public limited company on 30th July 2014 (Shrawan 14, 2071) under Company Act, 2063 and is regulated under Bank and Financial Institution Act, 2073. The name “Nepal Grameen Bikas Bank Ltd.” was changed into “Grameen Bikas Laghubitta Bittiya Sanstha Ltd.” as per the decision of Annual General Meeting of the institution and approval of Office of the Company Registrar (approval date: 2074/12/28).

The institution has been working continuously with the prime objective of alleviating poverty, hardship and suffering of the rural people throughout its working area by providing them micro finance services. The unique traits of the institution are well defined target group (especially women), area approach, group guarantee lending, non collateral lending, etc.

In order to achieve its goal, the institution has been working through micro credit services and capacity development program for the community. Moreover, it has followed the Grameen Bank Model started by Prof. Muhammad Yunus (Nobel Laureate), a Bangladeshi social entrepreneur, banker and economist.

• To provide small loan to the rural deprived family to establish small scale income-generating agriculture, industry and service enterprises.
• To make financial resources available for the skill and resource mobilization of the rural area.
• To provide micro-finance services to the targeted group in rural area.
• To help rural populace develop deposit habit.
• To provide loan without collateral to the deprived women by organizing them into a group and helping them create income generating self-employment opportunities so that their economic condition could be uplifted.
• To carry out healthy financial intermediation services.

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