Nabil Bank and Lions Club- Nepal undergone an agreement for Issuance of Co-branded VISA Credit Card.



Kathmandu- We are pleased to announce that Nabil Bank has entered into an alliance with Lions Clubs-Nepal under which members of Lions Club can now avail Co-branded Visa Domestic Credit Cards from Nabil Bank.

The agreement was inked during the Multiple District Conventions of Lions Clubs International at Alice Receptions, Gairidhara on June 8, 2019. Under the arrangement, Nabil bank will be supporting Lions Clubs-Nepal in area of social service activities.

Mr. Binay K. Regmi, Deputy General Manager- Nabil Bank stated “In an endeavor of our ongoing efforts to CSR, Nabil Bank is happy to join hands with Lions Club for issuance of Co-branded Visa Credit card to the lions (members of Lions Club). The product is believed to be fruitful to both the institutions and to the Lion members as well as to the society.
Lion Mr. D. R. Khanal, Multiple Council Chairperson of Lions Club-Nepal said, “We are excited with the collaboration with Nabil Bank for this product for a noble cause. I urge all the lions to grab the opportunity for their own as well as for the benefit of the society.”

The agreement exchange ceremony was witnessed by the District Governors of District A1 Mr. Sunil Ohja, District Governor of A2 Mr. Sudarshan D Pradhananga, District Governor of B1 Mr. Ashok Shrestha and District Governor of B2 Mr. Ananta Bhetwal.

Lions Club International, established in 1917 AD, is the world’s largest social welfare organization doing social service activities though its 46,000 clubs and 1.4 million Lions members. Lions Club International extended in Nepal since 1971 AD. Around 32,000 Lions members have been doing social service activities in Nepal regularly through around 1200 Lions clubs.

Nabil Bank is providing its services through a wide network of 79 branches, 133 ATMs and more than 1500 Nabil Remit agents throughout the nation and many correspondents across the globe in its pursuit of being the Bank of 1st Choice.

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