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    Dividend Proposal for FY 2077/78 by Sanima Bank and Machhapuchchhre Bank

    Sanima Bank Limited (SANIMA) has recommended a dividend of 17.89 percent for the fiscal year 2077/78, which begins on January 1, 2077. Following today's meeting of the board of directors, it was decided to propose 17 percent bonus shares and...

    Cash Dividends from NMB Capital’s Mutual Funds are being distributed.

    NMB Capital Limited is distributing a cash dividend of 20 percent for the “NMB Hybrid Fund L-1” and a cash dividend of 30 percent for the “NMB 50” to unitholders' bank accounts, instead of through the mail. The distribution...

    Unilever Nepal Limited (UNL) Urges Shareholders to Collect Unclaimed Dividend

    Unilever Nepal Limited (UNL) has urged shareholders who have not yet collected their dividend to do so as soon as possible, according to the company. In particular, the corporation has recommended investors to take advantage of the dividends paid...

    Investors are flooding into Nepal’s stock market in large numbers.

    Since the Nepalese Stock Exchange (NEPSE) first opened its trading floor in January 1994, the capitalization of the Nepalese equities market has been steadily increasing. Simply put, the overall market capitalization of NEPSE increased by nearly NRs. 3,76,871 million...

    Investors deliver a letter to the NRB outlining their 18-point demand.

    The Share Market Reform Struggle Committee has delivered a memorandum to the Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) requesting that the Rs 120 million limit on margin lending, which was imposed by the NRB through monetary policy, be removed from effect. On...

    Behavioral Biases in Investment Decision Making

    Proponents of efficient markets argue that a stock or other investment already has all available information. According to efficient market theorists, the rise of algorithmic trading has made information processing in market prices nearly instantaneous. Others, on the other hand,...

    Nepal Monetary Policy Expectations for Fiscal Year 2021/22

    Monetary policy is one of the primary tools used by central banks to ensure a country's economic and financial stability. Central banks modify the supply of money and market interest rates by establishing monetary policy in order to control...

    The central bank has tightened the rules on bank and financial institution dividend distribution

    The Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) has mandated that all Class D microfinance institutions keep 50% of their dividends in the reserve fund. The central bank noted in a circular issued on Monday that microfinance firms that disburse more than 20%...

    How ‘influencers’ are manipulating the Nepal share market? What efforts are being made to correct this?

    Despite the lockdown and the country's dwindling economy, Nepal's stock market has been on a roll. Non-financial sector companies such as hydropower and hotels, which haven't been in operation for long, are seeing their stock prices rise, while bank...

    Register a non-profit company in Nepal. Everything you need to know.

    The Company Act of 2006 defines three types of businesses. One example is a non-profit organization. A not-for-profit organization is one that was formed with the intention of not distributing or paying any profit, dividends or other money to its...

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    The Madhya Bhotekoshi Jalavidyut Company is set to list its initial public offering (IPO) tomorrow.

    The Madhya Bhotekoshi Jalavidyut Company is launching an allotment procedure for its recently completed initial public offering (IPO) to...