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Published on: 2018-08-10     69 times read    0  Comments

Century Opens 8 New Branches, State Office in Gandaki Province

August 10: Century Commercial Bank has opened a state-level office along with eight additional branches in Gandaki Province with the motive of adjusting its banking service according to the structure and policy of the federal state.

The new branches of the bank have been set up at Bagar, Birauta, Talchowk, Gulegaida, Bhimad, Kushma, Baglung and Beni of Gandaki Province.

Kiran Gurung, finance minister of Gandaki Province, and Rajesh Kumar Shrestha, chairman of Century Bank, jointly inaugurated the state office in Gandaki amid an event on Wednesday, August 9.

Similarly, Chairman Rajesh Kumar Shrestha officially inaugurated the eight new branches of the bank.

Tulsi Ram Gautam, CEO of Century Bank, informed that the bank aims to ease the financial transaction of the locals in Gandaki Province with the operation of the eight new branches.

Century Bank is currently providing its banking service across the country with its network of 103 branches.


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