Kumari Bank Limited, came into existence as the fifteenth commercial banks of Nepal, starting its banking operations from Chaitra 21, 2057 B.S (April 03, 2001) with an objective of providing competitive modern banking services in the Nepalese financial market. The Bank has paid up capital of NPR 26.23 billion.
The Bank has pioneered in providing modern banking services like Internet Banking and Mobile Banking. With the implementation of Core Banking Software, FINACLE (version 10), the Bank has been providing a robust, ultra-modern banking platform for all customers throughout the country.
The Bank has been offering both Domestic and International Visa Debit and Credit Card, accessible in all VISA linked ATMs in Nepal and India. It serves through 295 ATMs and - POS terminals across the country. Along with this, the Bank offers latest digital banking services such as Mobile, Internet, and Viber Banking and QR payments.The Bank is recognized as an innovative and fast-growing institution that always strives towards customer satisfaction. It has transparent business practices, professional management, good corporate governance, and Total Quality Management as the organizational mission.
Vision StatementOur vision is to be the preferred financial partner to our customers, a center of career growth to our employees, and to maximize our shareholders’ value, while contributing to our nation’s financial sector and to its economic welfare.
Mission StatementOur mission is to deliver innovative products and services to our customers, use these innovative products to achieve financial inclusion, and do so by exemplifying good corporate governance, proactive risk management practices, and superior corporate social responsibility.
The Bank acquired Kasthamandap Development Bank Ltd., Paschimanchal Finance Co. Ltd., Mahakali Bikash Bank Ltd. and Kankrebihar Bikash Bank Ltd. on Asadh 2074; with an objective to fulfill the directive forwarded by Nepal Rastra Bank to attain the paid-up capital of NPR 8 billion. Further to that, the Bank acquired Deva Bikas Bank Limited and joint operation was started from Asadh 28, 2077. On January 01, 2023, Nepal Credit and Commerce Bank Limited has been merged with Kumari Bank Limited to jointly operate in the name of Kumari Bank Limited. Post merger, the Bank's branch-network has now reached 302 branches, 295 ATMs, Bank's loan investment to NPR 280 billion and deposit-base to NPR 302 billion.