Reserve of Developments Banks

Overview

There are 16 developments in Nepal listed on Nepal Stock Exchange (NEPSE). We have collected the data from the Reserve of Developments Banks.

Muktinath bikas bank, Kaman Sewa bikash bank, Garima Bikash bank, Lumbini Bikash Bank, Mahalaxmi Bikash Bank, Jyoti Bikash Bank , etc are few development banks. They all are "B" class banks and financial institutions of Nepal. Similarly, all of them are licensed by Nepal Rastra Bank.

Fourth Quarter Report

  Lumbini Bikas Bank Limited (LBBL): Rs.2.05 arba

Mahalaxmi Bikas Bank Limited (MLBL): Rs 1.82 arba

Muktinath Bikas Bank Limited (MNBBL): Rs. 1.62 arba

Garima Bikas Bank Limited (GBBL): Rs.1.28 arba

Kamana Sewa Bikas Bank Limited (KSBBL): Rs 1.05 arba

Jyoti Bikash Bank Limited (JBBL): Rs. 1.04 arba

Shine Resunga Development Bank Limited (SHINE): Rs. 1.10 arba

Shangrila Development Bank Limited (SADBL): Rs. 90 crore

Excel Development Bank Limited (EDBL): Rs. 35.05 crore

Miteri Development Bank Limited (MDB): Rs. 25.43 crore

Karnali Development Bank Limited (KRBL): Rs. 18.65 crores**

Corporate Development Bank Limited (CORBL): Rs. 13.18 crore

Narayani Development Bank Limited (NABBC): 11.43 crore*

Sindhu Bikas Bank Limited (SINDU): Rs. 11.14 crore***

Saptakoshi Development Bank Limited (SAPDBL): Rs. 9.26 crore

Green Development Bank Limited (GRDBL): Rs. 3.29 crore

*NABBC has negative retained earning of Rs. 23.46 crore

**KRBL has negative retained earning of Rs. 16.50 crore

*** SINDU has negative retained earning of Rs. 3.01 crore

Third Quarter Report:

 Following are the amount sum of retained earnings and reserves. Lumbini Bikas Bank Limited (LBBL) is the bank with the highest reserve and surplus. It has reserve of Rs. 2.40 arba.

Mahalaxmi Bikas Bank Limited (MLBL) and Muktinath Bikas Bank Limited (MNBBL) are in second and third position respectively.


Following are the development bank with their reserve:

 1. Lumbini Bikas Bank Limited (LBBL): Rs. 2.40 arba

2. Mahalaxmi Bikas Bank Limited (MLBL): Rs.2.24 arba

3. Muktinath Bikas Bank Limited (MNBBL): Rs. 2.11 arba

4. Garima Bikas Bank Limited (GBBL): Rs.1.84 arba

5. Shine Resunga Development Bank Limited (SHINE): Rs. 1.43 arba

6. Jyoti Bikas Bank Limited (JBBL) : Rs.1.22 arba

7. Kamana Sewa Bikas Bank Limited (KSBBL): Rs.1.15 arba


8. Shangrila Development Bank (SADBL) : Rs.  1.05 arba

9. Excel Development Bank Limited (EDBL): Rs. 48.21 crore

10. Miteri Development Bank Limited (MDB): Rs. 35.26 crore

11. Corporate Development Bank Limited (CORBL): Rs. 18.05 crore

12. Sindhu Bikas Bank Limited (SINDU): Rs.8.38 crore

13. Green Development Bank Limited (GRDBL): Rs.4.52 crore

14. Narayani Developemnt Bank Limited (NABBC) : Rs.  -9.15 crore

15. Saptakoshi Development Bank Limited (SAPDBL): Rs.-1.63 crore

16. Karnali Development Bank Limited (KRBL): Rs.

Second Quarter Report 

Maximum of the developments banks has positive reserve. Which help them to have positive net worth per share. However, Narayani Development development bank limited has negative reserve of - 5.07 crores.

 

Lumbini Bikash Bank Limited has the highest reserve of 253.01 crores with 2.9 arba paid up capital. Followed by Mahalaxmi Bikas bank, which has 239.47 crores of reserve with 3.3 arba paid up capital. Similary, Least reserve is held by narayani development bank which is negative. 

Though all banks has done wonderful business in their past years. Only few has become successful to collect good reserve for its shareholder. 


Reserve of Developments Banks 

Following are the developments with their capital, paid up value and reserve they have earned till date.


These data are taken from second quarter report of 2078/79. All of the data are taken from the balanced sheet of respective companies. 

 

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