Share Holders Saving account is offered to the Bank’s shareholders to facilitate receiving their dividends.
Last Updated Date: May 17, 2022
Nabil Bank Limited is the first private sector bank in the nation and has been operating since July 1984. With the aim of expanding the international standard of modern banking services to different segments of society, Nabil was integrated. In pursuing its goal, through its 118 points of representation, Nabil Bank offers a full range of commercial banking services. In addition to this, Nabil has a presence throughout the nation through over 1500 Nabil Remit agents. As a leader in the introduction of many revolutionary products and marketing concepts in the domestic banking industry, Nabil started a period of modern banking with customer loyalty calculated as a focal target while doing business. A highly skilled and seasoned management team oversees the bank's affairs, including day-to-day affairs and risk management. The bank is completely equipped with advanced technology, including international standard banking applications enabling e-channels and e-transactions. For all its stakeholders, clients, shareholders, regulators, societies, and employees, Nabil is going forward with a vision to be the 1st option provider of full financial solutions. Nabil is committed to providing its stakeholder's excellence in a variety of areas, not just one measure, such as profitability or market share. It is mirrored in its Together Ahead Brand Pledge.
Shareholder's Savings scheme is a privileged service to the bank's valued shareholders so that dividends can be easily credited to their accounts. It wipes off the hassle of encashing dividend cheques.It is a savings or checking account at a credit union. These accounts establish your share of ownership and allow you to use the great features a credit union has to offer as a member.A shareholder, also referred to as a stockholder, is a person, company, or institution that owns at least one share of a company's stock, which is known as equity. ... These rewards come in the form of increased stock valuations, or as financial profits distributed as dividends.