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Janautthan Samudayic Laghubitta Bikas Bank Ltd.
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Name and Symbol Janautthan Samudayic Laghubitta Bikas Bank Ltd.(JSLBB)
Address Butwal-11
Email Address info@jucbank.com.np
Website
Last Traded Price (Rs.) 1423.00
Change (Rs.) and (%) -44(-3.00)
Total Listed Shares 792,000.00
Paid Up Value (Rs.) 100
Total Paid Up Value (Rs.) 79,200,000.00
Closing Market Price (Rs.) 1423.00
Market Capitalization (Rs.) 1,127,016,000.00

Introduction:

Financial Institutions are established in Nepal with the motive to help uplift the economic situation of the downtrodden Nepali people. However, most of the finance institutions are established and concentrated in urban areas and run in conventional way. So the rural poor have no access to the financial services. Many of the development agencies have attempted to create groups and run micro-finance programs but after the completion of their projects such groups are left unnoticed with no further idea and help. According to the World Bank study still around 50% of the total population has no access in financial services.

The Jana Utthan Pratisthan undertook the research outcome (Social Inclusion in Microfinance by Dr Man Bahadur Bk, 2010) to promote community banking for building inclusive financial system and took initiative to establish Jana Utthan Samudayic Bank Ltd. with some new ideas and techniques such as ‘credit first individual intervention’. Even though it is registered under the microfinance development bank it has been designed as the community banking initiatives. The main aim of this bank is to promote financial inclusion in community level so as to enhance economic situation of the rural poor. Its motto is "Building Inclusive Financial System Extending Service to the poorest of the poor" It also aims to promote the indigenous knowledge and traditional skill to bring it up to the commercial scale. Janautthan has been designed in such a way to reach the most unreached clients of the community with some specific model and products.

 Janutthan has been registered in April 10, 2010 under Company Act. 2006 and started banking operation from November 14, 2010 under the Bank and Financial Institution related Act, 2006. Since its establishment the bank has been involved in the Global Microcredit Summit Campaign and received certificate of appreciation for its contribution to bring the poor families out of poverty. Likewise it is also involved with the Smart Campaign for Client Protection. Moreover, the community banking has been recognized as the third generation microfinance (Nepal Zone of Peace: A Revised Concept by Isabelle Duquesne published in 2011).

  Vision

The vision of the bank is to uplift the socio-economic condition of the rural poor especially focusing to the marginalized and deprived groups/communities through community owned microfinance services within its working areas.

   Mission

The mission of Jana Utthan Samudayic Laghubitta Bittiya Sanstha is to generate self-employment by providing micro-credit and mobilizing savings to the rural poor at their door steps to reduce poverty and contribute to build the independent national economy.

 

    Goal 

The goal is to work as a self-sustained community bank and serve a maximum number of the rural poor and the deprived groups through community compatible innovative products at the different communities.

Objectives

·         To provide banking services to the rural people focusing to the marginalized and deprived groups/communities who are financially ‘unreached' and support them for self- reliant economic development activities in the communities

·         To provide credits to create income and employment opportunities for the poor and help to reduce poverty level among the rural population in general and women of the target group in particular.

·         To develop an institutional mechanism to link /graduate various informal communities groups, Co-operatives and CBOs into the formal banking institution and enhance their capacity for community banking through business development services, business counseling ,entrepreneurial consulation, financial/banking literacy etc

·         To promote self-employment by exploring the areas of investment in indigenous knowledge and traditional skills

·         To help in rehabilitation and social reintegration of under-privileged ,landless, war victim, freed kamaiyas and haliyas and displaced people through financial services and other social intermediations

·         To promote community project such as rural tourism, micro-hydropower, greenery initiatives, renewable energy and community farming/business

 

Board of Directors

S.N.

Name

Position

1

Baburam Bishwokarma

Chairperson

2

Rewanta Bahadur Bishwokarma

Director

3

Man Bahadur Bishwokarma

Director

4

Narendra Kandel

Director

5

Gokarna Bahadur Karki Chhetri

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