July 12, 2020 | Investopaper
Sunrise Bank has expanded its branch to serve its customers. On Sunday, Chief Executive Officer of the Bank, Mr. Janak Sharma Poudyal, inaugurated 4 branches and 1 extended counter through digital inauguration ceremony. The branch and extended counters have been brought into operation by adopting all safety measures keeping in view the possible impact and lockdown due to COVID-19.
The bank has opened branches in Kapan, Kantipath, Bhangal, Kumarigal and expanded counters in Harisiddhi with the objective of strengthening its presence among the Nepali people and increasing the access of the general public to essential financial services.
Considering the outbreak of Corona Virus (Covid-19) epidemic and its impact in Nepal as well, the bank has inaugurated the event through digital medium keeping in mind the complexity of the situation. The bank aims to meet the financial needs of its customers through its branches, provide complete banking services and financial access to small and micro entrepreneurs. The Bank has expressed its commitment to provide fast, quick, efficient and accurate financial services to the customers including convenient savings account scheme, term deposit scheme, ATM services, home and car loans, small business loans and others.
So far, Sunrise Bank has been providing services to around 600,000 customers through 134 branches, 48 branchless banking services, 10 extended counters and 160 ATMs. The bank also plans to open more branches, branchless banking, expanded counters and ATMs in other parts of Nepal as it expands its services.
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