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How Does NEPSE Classify Listed Companies?

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Since fiscal year 1996/97, NEPSE has classified listed companies into Groups “A” and “B,” which was revised to the quarterly classification of “A,” “B,” “G,” and “Z” (Four) Groups on October 15, 2018.classification of listed companies

NEPSE classifies listed companies into Group β€˜A’ based on following criteria:

– Paid up capital should be at least Rs.1000 million.

– Listing of securities was made three years before.

– Should be in profits and dividend distributed in last three consecutive years.

– Have rated by Credit Ratings Agency average or above average.

– Should have financial statements in formats/ standards specified by the Regulators.

– Have conducted AGM within six months of the fiscal year end.


Β NEPSE classifies listed companies into Group β€˜B’ based on following criteria:

– Paid up capital should be at least Rs.500 million

– Listing of securities was made three years before.

– Should be in profits at least two years in last three years.

– Have rated by Credit Ratings Agency one level below than average.

– Have conducted AGM within six months of the fiscal year end.

– Should not have acplusulated loss.


NEPSE classifies listed companies into Group β€˜G’ if the listed companies have not completed two years after listing.


NEPSE classifies listed companies into Group β€˜Z’ if the listed companies have not been classified in any of the β€˜A’, β€˜B’ and β€˜G’ Groups.

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