|Headquarters||Laxmi Bank Limited
Hattisar , Kathmandu
|Sudesh Khaling (CEO)|
Number of employees
Laxmi Bank was incorporated in April 2002 as the 17th commercial bank in Nepal.
In 2004 Laxmi Bank merged with HISEF Finance Limited, a first generation finance company. This is the first merger in the Nepali corporate history.
Laxmi Bank is a Category ‘A’ Financial Institution and re-registered in 2006 under the Banks and Financial Institutions Act of Nepal. The Bank’s shares are listed and actively traded in the Nepal Stock Exchange.
The bank is primarily recognized for its stringent credit policies, conservative approach to banking and pioneers in technological innovations in the banking services.
The Bank currently has a paid up capital of Nepalese Rupees 2.33 Billion.
- Promoter Group - 55.42%
- Citizen Investment Trust - 9.02%
- General Public - 35.56% (more than 10,000 shareholders)
The bank has its branch network spread across following locations. The bank's foothold in the Eastern Regions of the country is seen significant in terms of both its bank branch network and Agency Network for Remittance (Domestic Agency Network or International Agency Network) services.
Locations Within Kathmandu Valley
- Hattisar(Head Office)
- New Road
- New Baneshwor
- Bhaktapur (Click Here for its location map)
Locations outside Kathmandu Valley
- Pokhara Industrial District (PID)
- Narayanghat (Click Here for its location map)
- Hile (Click Here for its location map)
- Birtamode (Click Here for its location map)
- Ilam (Click Here for its location map)
- Walling (Click Here for its location map)
- Dhangadhi (Click Here for its location map)
- Kohalpur (Click Here for its location map)
The bank's subsidiaries are as follows:
- Laxmi Capital Market Limited (100%)
- Laxmi Laghubitta Bittiya Sanstha (70%)