Globanl IME Bank in UK
KAROBAR CORRESPONDENT
Monday, Jan 22, 2018
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Global IME Bank has opened a representative, contact office at Aldershot, Hampshire in United Kingdom (UK) on Sunday.
Global IME Bank – amongst one of the leading commercial banks in Nepal – has become the first one to open a representative office in UK, according to the bank. The Governor of Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) Dr. Chiranjibi Nepal formally inaugurated the representative, contact office during a ceremony.
Dr. Nepal congratulating the bank wished for success of the bank for being the first one amongst the commercial banks in Nepal to open a representative, contact office in UK.
Likewise, the ambassador of Nepal for UK Dr. Durga Bahadur Subedi, speaking on teh occasion, appreciated Global IME Bank for providing services not only in Nepal but outside Nepal as well.
Chandra Prasad Dhakal, chairman of Global IME Bank highlighted the possibility for economic development in Nepal and after the representative, contact office being opened in the UK. He also said the bank also planning to open branches offices in other different countries of the world.
During the ceremony, many delegates including Aldershot’s Council Leader David Cilfford, Mayor of Rushmoo Borough Council, Sophia Choudhary, counselor Alex Crawford and Country consular Bill Withers presented their views and put forward their best wishes for the bank’s achievement.
Chief Executive Officer of Global IME Bank Janak Sharma Poudyal, on the occasion, informed that the bank, after opening the representative, contact office in UK will assist in trade and investment management between economic professionals. Apart from this, Nepalis, who are in UK for various reasons including further study and employment, will be directly benefitted from remittance and other facilities through the branches of the bank in Nepal.
Global IME Bank had earlier opened representative, contact office in Sydney, Australia and New Delhi, India.
From its early days the bank has been emphasizing on remittance service. The bank has been able to collect most of the remittance form Korea and India.