Nepal Interest Rates

The Nepalese economy with a population of 26.49 Million (Est 2011 census) ranks 96th in the world with a GDP PPP of 40.5 billion and GDP PPP per capita of 1,308 vs 49,922 (United States) according to the IMF in 2012. Its currency the Nepalese rupee (NPR). In Nepal banks offer savings account and fixed deposit products for variable and fixed term investments. According to CIA.gov website its inflation estimates were 8.3% in 2012 and 7.7% in 2011.

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Nepal Banks

Showing rates for 6 Bank deposit providers in Nepal.
Provider Branch Founded Ownership
RBBL RBBL 148 1966 Local
Nepal Bank Nepal Bank 112 1994 Local
Agriculture Development Bank Nepal Agriculture Development Bank Nepal 60 1968 Local
Nabil Bank Nabil Bank 47 1984 Local
Himalayan Bank Himalayan Bank 43 1993 Foreign
Standard Chartered Nepal Standard Chartered Nepal 19 1987 Foreign

Nepal Discussion Activity

  • Nepal Bank - Deposits
    Q: hi just wanted to know your rates on different kind of saving accounts you provide. If you could send me details on interest rates and provide me the best option. thank you

    Reply jeena from United States
  • Himalayan Bank
    Q: What is the maximum intrest ur bank will pay in saving account

    Reply Dinesh from Jawalakhel, Nepal
  • Nepal Bank
    Q: Chicken farming start .I need loan so what can do about loan ? What document need plz.

    Reply Raju k.c from Jawalakhel, Nepal
  • Himalayan Bank
    Q: I have account in Himalayan bank just week ago open so want loan from Himalayan bank to buy for land so what is the rules about that on and if I can get the loan how much I can get and how many % can get loan please hope for response?i am from Kuwait.

    Reply GORKHALI ram giri from Kuwait City, Kuwait
  • Himalayan Bank
    Q: how to open account but i work out side nepal

    Reply Dil from Saudi Arabia
    • R: Open in Sanima bank sending documents by courier.. Its simple

      Reply Khadka
  • Deposits
    Q: Hi If I deposit 1000000rs fix for 5 years What will the interest percent

    Reply Rupesh from Tokyo, Japan
    • R: Not more than 5

      Reply Khadka