Global IME Bank has appointed Parshuram Kunwar Chhetri as its CEO effective from December 6, the same day it began joint transaction with Janata Bank following the successful merger process. Chhetri has more than three decades of banking experience and had undertaken Janata Bank’s CEO role from June 2017.
Chairman of the bank, Chandra Prasad Dhakal administered oath of designation and secrecy to CEO Chhetri at a program on December 6 after the completion of the event to mark joint operations, reads the bank’s media statement.
Following the merger, the new bank will have about Rs 19 billion in paid up capital, more than Rs 2.13 hundred billion in deposit collection and around Rs 2 hundred billion as loan disbursement, more than 850 banking centers and more than 3250 employees. The bank will have its presence in all 77 districts with its 300 plus branches, 259 ATM machines, 243 branchless banking units, 33 extension and revenue collection counters and three foreign relation offices making it the biggest bank in Nepal.