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2 Rastriya Banijya Bank Ltd. 1966/01/23 Kathmandu 3853
3 Agriculture Development Bank Ltd. 1968/01/02 Kathmandu 94375
4 Nabil Bank Ltd. 1984/07/16 Kathmandu 20298
5 Nepal Investment Bank Ltd. 1986/02/27 Kathmandu 24091
6 Standard Chartered Bank Nepal Ltd.. 1987/01/30 Kathmandu 16102
7 Himalayan Bank Ltd. 1993/01/18 Kathmandu 20000
8 Nepal SBI Bank Ltd. 1993/07/07 Kathmandu 18693
9 Nepal Bangladesh Bank Ltd. 1994/06/05 Kathmandu 20103
10 Everest Bank Ltd. 1994/10/18 Kathmandu 11196
11 Bank of Kathmandu Ltd. 1995/03/12 Kathmandu 13595
12 Nepal Credit and Commerce Bank Ltd. 1996/10/14 Siddharthanagar, Rupandehi 13997
13 Lumbini Bank Ltd. 1998/07/17 Narayangadh,Chitawan 13000
14 Nepal Industrial & Commercial Bank Ltd. 1998/07/21 Biaratnagar,Morang 13116
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