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Published on: 2017-06-15     382 times read    0  Comments

Nabil and Finlit Nepal Join Hands for Financial Literacy

June 15:  Nabil Bank and consulting firm Finlit Nepal have entered into a pact to conduct financial literacy awareness programmes at Besishahar Municipality in Lamjung district.

 During a program organized on June 11, a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed by Ramesh Prasad Lohani, Deputy General Manager of Nabil bank and Prakash Koirala, Director of Finlit Nepal Pvt Ltd to this effect.

Under this, the bank with the support of Finlit Nepal will conduct the financial literacy programmess in 10 Schools of Lamjung.

The programme will include a concept named ‘School Banking’ which is aimed at providing vital information to the targeted students and youths to increase awareness in access to finance.

According to the bank, the concept will raise awareness in cash management, savings and expenses, financial planning and investment among the students and their parents as well.

Nabil Bank has been conducting various financial literacy programmes in sectors inclluding science and technology, health, literature and arts under its corporate social responsibility (CSR).

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