Rastriya Banijya Bank's Management Summit-2024 completed

Mar Mon 2024 03:13:33


Rastriya Banijya Bank's Management Summit-2024 completed

Kathmandu. The 'Management Summit-2024' organized by the National Commercial Bank has been completed. The program was completed after extensive discussion among economists, banking experts and entrepreneurs about the problems and challenges seen in the national economy and banking sector. The program was organized by the National Commercial Bank to address the challenges faced in the banking sector and to guide the direction for sustainable banking development in the future.

While inaugurating the program, Chief Guest Finance Minister Varshman Pun said that governments operate on the basis of continuity, and based on that, the policies will not change fundamentally. Pun said that it is not acceptable to spread the negativity of not paying the loan. Minister Pun said that since the banking sector is operated with people's money, emphasis should be placed on maintaining institutional good governance.

Likewise, the Governor of Nepal Rastra Bank, Maha Prasad Adhikari, stated that the National Commercial Bank is strong based on various indicators and said that its resources should be invested in the productive sector. The official said that the banking sector should act to maintain public trust. The official emphasized that small bad deeds can affect the organization and work carefully.

The chief executive officer of the bank, Kiran Kumar Shrestha, informed about the entire banking sector. He said that National Commercial Bank is working with the slogan of improvement in quality and basis of sustainable business growth.

President of Nepal Bankers Association, Sunil KC said that although there have been various criticisms about the banking sector recently, the financial situation is fine. KC said that the banking sector of Nepal can be the best banking sector in South Asia.

Economist and Honorable Dr. Swarnim Wagle, Secretary of the Ministry of Finance (Revenue) Dr. Ram Prasad Ghimire, former president of Federation of Nepal Industry and Commerce and entrepreneur Bhawani Rana, economist and executive director of Rashtra Bank Dr. Prakash Kumar Shrestha, senior bankers Parshuram Kunwar, Bhuvan Dahal and Kiran Kumar Shrestha, fintech expert Sanjiv Subba, common sense expert Sujib Shakya and others expressed their views. About 450 people were present in the program.