Everest Bank Conducts Interaction

Everest Bank conducted Interaction Program with Travel and Tour Operator for Remittance from India to Nepal.

Sept. 8, 2017, 4:32 p.m.

Everest Bank Limited (EBL) conducted an interaction program with Travel & Tour Operators for smooth remittance facility from India to Nepal with the presence of Mr. Madhu Sudan Acharya, the President of Nepal Association of Tour and Travel Agent (NATTA) and the CEO of the bank Someshwar Seth. The Bank is receiving remittance from India through its Joint Venture partner Punjab National Bank’s product INDO Nepal Remittance. Under this facility customer can instantly remit money from Punjab National Bank (PNB) India to EBL through any branch of PNB or Mobile/Internet Banking Facility of PNB and through Business Correspondent locations of PNB.

 

The main agenda of Interaction Program was to facilitate to the people who wish to remit their fund from India to Nepal easily and safely. Earlier, they were facing trouble to remit the fund. Thus, the queries about the Indo Nepal Remittance and other facilities of the bank were addressed by the CEO and DGM Mr. Rajeev Jain jointly.

 

Presently the Bank is rendering professionalized & efficient banking services through its widest domestic network of 64 branches, 2 Extension Counters, 28 Revenue Collection Counters, 91 ATMs and around 5000 Payout Agents/Business Correspondents across the country Moreover, Everest Bank is the first bank having representative office in India.

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