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Corporate Governance Structure

The Bank uses the term "Corporate Governance" to refer to the governance structure of organization and operational practices of its leadership and management.


Compliance with all applicable legislations, regulations, standards and codes is an essential characteristic of organizational culture at Nepal SBI Bank. The Board of Directors is the apex decision making body and has ultimate responsibility for governance. The board monitors compliance with these means of management reports, which include information on any significant interaction with all key stakeholders.

The corporate governance framework of Nepal SBI Bank is designed to lead us towards creating opportunity while protecting the interests of, as well as to create value for, shareholders and other stakeholders including customers, employees and communities and also to ensure transparency and integrity in communication and to make available  full, accurate and clear information to all concerned.

The bank is subject to and fully complies with, all but not limited only to, the regulatory requirements of Banks and Financial Institutions Act-2063, Companies Act-2063, various regulations issued by Security Exchange Board of Nepal (SEBON), Directives and Circulars issued by Nepal Rastra bank--the central bank of Nepal, various guidelines from Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nepal (ICAN) and other national and international bodies devising policies on Corporate Governance.

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