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Published on: 2018-02-13     143 times read    0  Comments

Laxmi Bank's New Branch in Simta

February 13: Laxmi Bank has opened a new branch at Simta Rural Municipality of Surkhet. This new branch is the second in the district and will offer full range of retail banking services customized to meet the needs of individuals and small businesses, the banks said in a statement.

With this, Laxmi Bank’s network now includes 77 branches in 41 districts, three hospital service counters, 98 ATMs and more than 2500 remittance and more than 400 mobile banking agents spread across the country.

The bank said it is rapidly expanding to new and underserved markets with the aim of meeting growing demand for professional financial services such as innovative saving accounts, term deposits, home and auto loans, small business loans, microfinance, payments and insurance.

The bank claimed to actively promote digital channels namely internet and mobile banking to complement the growing number of branches as part of the ‘bricks and clicks’ strategy offering customers to get the services through a channel of their choice: branches, ATM, internet or mobile phones.


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