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Nepal SBI contributes to Prime Minister Disaster Relief Fund

Kathmandu, August 2,2015:
Nepal SBI Bank Limited has contributed Rs. 70.911 million for the relief and rehabilitation of the earthquake victims.
Alok Kumar Sharma, the Bank's Managing Director, and V.K. Tyagi, Dy. CEO, handed over the amount to Prime Minister Sushil Koirala through a bankers' cheque drawn in favour of Prime Minister Disaster Relief Funds, amidst a programme organized at Prime Minister's official Residence in Baluwatar.

Receiving the cheque, the PM appreciated the bank management for having been able to make significant contributions towards relief and rehabilitation of the quake victims and extended his sincere thanks to the bank.
The PM also assured that the funds contributed by the Bank would be utilized at the best interest of the victims.
The Bank had voluntarily run a fund collection campaign in national and international level to contribute to the victims of devastating earthquake that hit the country in the recent past. 
On the occasion, Managing Director Sharma apprised the PM on the bank's profile in brief.
The bank has 56 branches, 78 ATMs, besides three Regional Offices, with lowest NPA in the country.
The bank’s higher functionaries including Chief Risk Officer Chhapi Raj Pant, the Chief Manager Bishnu Dev Yadav and Company Secretary Ramesh Ghimire were also present on the occasion.

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