Everest Bank hands over disable-friendly public toilet

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Everest Bank hands over disable-friendly public toilet

February 14: Everest Bank has handed over disable-friendly public toilet constructed at New Baneshwor (opposite to BICC) to Kathmandu Metropolitan City Ward No 10. The bank said in a statement that it took such initiative under its corporate social responsibility (CSR) to support Visit Nepal 2020 campaign.

Everest Bank said it constructed the public toilet and maintained the adjoining park to support the Visit Nepal 2020 campaign. The bank said it has been organizing various social programs for the benefit of the people at large and has always focused on customer's benefit and satisfaction with its theme 'Service with Smile'.

According to the statement, the disable-friendly public toilet was handed over to Ram Kumar KC, chairman KMC Ward No 10, the bank’s representatives Dr Ganesh Gurung and Ashutosh Sharma.

Everest bank currently has a customer base of over 1 million. The bank has been rendering its service through a network of 95 branches, 30 revenue collection counters, 122 ATMs across the country.

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