July 12: Khalti, an emerging digital wallet and payment gateway in Nepal, has introduced Demat and MeroShare renewal fee payment facility on its platform. According to the company, this facility will enable users to pay Demat and MeroShare renewal fee directly through Khalti app and website.
Khalti said in a statement that it has also introduced a dedicated ‘Share’ section on Khalti app and website from where users can proceed to Demat and MeroShare renewal fee payments.
“Khalti users can avail the Demat and MeroShare renewal fee payments facility at no extra costs, in a very secure and reliable way. All the transactions in Demat and MeroShare renewal fee payments take place in real-time,” the statement added.
Announcing the launch of Demat and MeroShare renewal fee payments facility, Manish Modi, managing director of Khalti said,“When we launched Khalti, we embarked on a goal to make all payments digital in Nepal. By adding Demat and MeroShare renewal fee payments facility, we have expanded the capabilities of digital wallet beyond mobile recharge and utility payments. Khalti users no longer need to visit the merchant bank's office to perform tasks as simple as paying the Demat and MeroShare account renewal fee. They can pay the account renewal fee in a very easy, convenient and secure way using Khalti app and website in just a few clicks. It is a gesture from Khalti that all fee payment services are going digital.”
Currently, this facility is available for the Demat and MeroShare account holders in six merchant banks namely Sunrise Capital, Laxmi Capital, Sanima Capital, Prabhu Capital, NIC Asia Capital, and Nabil Investment Banking. Khalti said it is expanding this service to numerous other merchant banks very soon.
The deadline for Demat and MeroShare account renewal for this fiscal is July 16.