Working Capital

Working Capital

A working capital loan is a type of short-term loan offered by a bank or alternative lender to finance a company’s everyday operations.It provide working capital for short-term capital expenditures, such as wages, rent, debt service payments, or to finance activities, such as sales and marketing or research and development.

Working Capital
6 %
Interest Rate
Working Capital
8.6 %
Base Rate
Working Capital
14.6 %
Total Interest Rate

Last Updated Date: March 21, 2022

NMB Bank Ltd

NMB bank has been operating since May 2008 as an “A” class economic institution by the means of Nepal Rastra Bank. It is registered as a commercial bank and generates accountable banking, preferred by means of all stakeholders, enabling customers and customers to obtain their financial desires as a consequence contributing towards customers. NMB Bank has a joint assignment agreement with Netherlands Financierings-Maatschappij voor Ontwikkelingslanden (FMO), a Dutch Development Bank where FMO holds 17% of the Bank's shares and is the biggest shareholder of NMB. NMB Bank has additionally been merged with Pathibhara Bikas Bank, Bhrikuti Bikas Bank, Clean Energy Development Bank, and Prudential Finance. NMB Bank was awarded ‘Bank of the Year – 2017’ and ‘Bank of the Year 2018’ consecutively by The Banker, Financial Times, London. Presently, NMB bank is trading on the Nepal Stock Exchange with the image NMB. NMB has provided a dividend return of 30 percent in the fiscal year 2074/75. NMB Bank Limited has appointed NMB Capital Limited as its share registrar. NMB bank has been turning in the market for minimizing environmental risk with renewable energy and agribusiness. It has been reinforcing and merchandising financial development by working actively in the neighborhood with the global stakeholders as well as promoting sustainability via economic merchandise for the actual economy.

Working Capital


  • Loan application..
  • Photograph and copy of citizenship of the proprietor / partners / directors / guarantor/s / key person (where applicable).
  • Renewed Firm/Company registration certificate.
  • License to conduct the business, where applicable.
  • PAN and latest tax paid receipt.
  • Audited Financial Statement / Projected Financial Statements, as applicable.
  • In case of loan against cash or near cash securities, FD receipt/ /Government Bond Certificate (as applicable).
  • Document/statement evidencing experience of the Owner, Guarantor or Key Person.
  • Documents / statements indicating settlement of loan and certification of loan in Pass Category from existing Banks/ Financial Institutions, as applicable.
  • No Objection Letter from Banks/ Financial Institutions, as applicable.

What Is a Working Capital Loan?

A working capital loan is a loan that is taken to finance a company's everyday operations. These loans are not used to buy long-term assets or investments and are, instead, used to provide the working capital that covers a company's short-term operational needs. Those needs can include costs such as payroll, rent, and debt payments. In this way, working capital loans are simply corporate debt borrowings that are used by a company to finance its daily operations. A working capital loan is a loan taken to finance a company's everyday operations. Working capital loans are not used to buy long-term assets or investments; they are used to provide working capital to covers a company's short-term operational needs. Companies with high seasonality or cyclical sales may rely on working capital loans to help with periods of reduced business activity. Working capital loans are often tied to a business owner's personal credit, so missed payments or defaults may hurt their credit score. Types of financing include a term loan, a business line of credit, or invoice financing, a form of short-term borrowing extended by a lender to its business customers based on unpaid invoices. Business credit cards, which allow you to earn rewards, can also provide access to working capital. Bank offers working capital finance to meet short-term fund requirement for managing the day to day operation of the business. Bank’s working capital finance is extended to meet the different demands from all segments of industry, trade and the services sector. Assistance is extended by way of Fund based and Non-Fund Based facilities to business entities and public sector undertakings (PSUs). Funded facilities include Overdraft, Demand Loan, Bill Discounting, etc. Non-funded instruments comprise Letters of Credit as well as Bank Guarantees to cover advance payments, bid bonds, performance bond, etc.

Benefits of Working Capital Loans

The immediate benefit of a working capital loan is that it's easy to obtain and lets business owners efficiently cover any gaps in working capital expenditures. The other noticeable benefit is that it is a form of debt financing and does not require an equity transaction, meaning that a business owner maintains full control of their company, even if the financing need is dire. Some working capital loans are unsecured. If this is the case, a company is not required to put down any collateral to secure the loan. However, only companies or business owners with a high credit rating are eligible for an unsecured loan. Businesses with little to no credit have to securitize the loan. A collateralized working capital loan that needs asset collateral can be a drawback to the loan process. However, there are other potential drawbacks to this type of working capital loan. Interest rates are high in order to compensate the lending institution for risk. Furthermore, working capital loans are often tied to a business owner's personal credit, and any missed payments or defaults may hurt their credit score.

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