The Nepal Bangladesh Bank has opened its 8th Extended Service Center in Budhabare Bazaar in Morang’s Letang Municipality. The market was formed as a center forwards 1, 2, and 3 of Letang Municipality and Kerabari Village Municipality-9 on Wednesday, and it was out of banking access.
The bank has opened a service center as part of a formal effort to promote the government’s “One Bank Account for Every Nepali” goal by providing financial access to the municipality’s rural districts. Upendra Ghimire, MP for State-1, Morang-B, officially opened the expanded service centre.
The expanded service center will aid in the consolidation of the region’s capital, with remittances from abroad being deposited directly into bank accounts, check clearing and business transactions being close at hand, as well as social security and all other government of Nepal services available through the banking system. Employees will have easy access to the bank’s services in order to manage their wage accounts, according to the bank.
With a core goal of “Bank for All,” Nepal Bangladesh Bank has been offering services through its 99 branches, 8 extension counters, and 82 ATMs for the past 27 years.