Kathmandu, September 10- Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) has made it mandatory for banks and financial institutions (BFIs) to conduct an audit of their information and technology (IT) system.
February 12, 2020- India, which restricted imports of refined palm oil and palmolein in January, has exempted Nepal and has started issuing licences to import some refined palmolein from the Himalayan nation, two government officials told Reuters. November 12, Kathmandu- The meeting of Board of Directors of Surya Life Insurance held in November 10, 2020 has approved and recommended to distribute 5% bonus and 5.526% cash dividend to the shareholders for the Fiscal Year 2075/76. September 29, Kathmandu- The board of Directors of Nepal Lube Oil Limited(NLO) Has proposed 10% cash dividend to its shareholders from the profit fiscal year 2076/77. November 05-2020: The Board of Directors of Everest bank has proposed 10.53% dividend consisting of 5% bonus and 5.53% cash for the fiscal year 2076-77. KATHMANDU: Nepal Rastra Bank has set an age bar for board of directors and chief executive officers of banks and financial institutions (BFIS).
The Board Of directors of Bank of Kathmandu Limited (BOKL) has proposed 3% cash and 13% stock dividend to its shareholders from the profit of Fiscal Year 2076/77. Stock and Cash dividend of companies extended by the companies listed at NEPSE in the Fiscal Year 2074-75, 2075-76, 2076-77 and proposed for the fiscal year 2077-78 are as given below. Copyright ©2020 sharebazarnepal.com.np
Kathmandu, September 27 – The meeting of Board of Directors of Unilever Nepal Limited of 25the September has proposed cash dividend of Rs100 per share to its shareholders from the profit of FY 2076/77. Stock and Cash dividend of companies extended by the companies listed at NEPSE in the Fiscal Year 2074-75, 2075-76, 2076-77 and proposed for the fiscal year 2077-78 are as given below. September 17, 2020- Board of Directors of Machhapuchchre Bank has proposed 7.03% stock dividend and 3.37% cash dividend Kathmandu, September 16- The Hydroelectricity Investment and Development Company Ltd (HIDCL) and state-owned Power China Corporation have jointly submitted a project development proposal at the Investment Board Nepal (IBN) to build the 762-megawatt Tamor reservoir project, which will cover Panchthar, Taplejung, Terhathum and Sankhuwasabha districts.