KATHMANDU: Dellsons Associates UAE has expanded its operations to Nepal, aiming to assist commercial banks in implementing regulatory compliances under local and international financial laws.
The company has collaborated with various stakeholders in Nepal to provide capacity-building workshops, event planning, and compliance consulting to professionals of partner banks and financial institutions (BFIs).
Dellsons UAE signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Nepal Internet Foundation (NIF) to establish the Freelancers Association in Kathmandu during an event at a Kathmandu Marriott Hotel, on Friday.
Furthermore, Dellsons Associates UAE will engage corporations in both the public and private sectors to promote the digital economy, a freelancer ecosystem, and remittance channels in Nepal and the Middle East.
Ibrahim Amin, Chairman of Dellsons Associates UAE, stated their commitment to strengthening the compliance system of financial rules and regulations worldwide, thereby expanding their operations to Nepal. This expansion signifies their focus on enhancing global operations from the Middle East to the South Asian region.
Bikram Shrestha, President of the Nepal Internet Foundation, emphasized the indispensability of internet accessibility for every country's economic growth. Their think tank is committed to introducing essential and emerging trends in Nepal. While the digital financial system is important for their country, addressing its challenges, including cybersecurity and cybercrime, is equally important.
Tufail Ahmed Khan, CEO of Dellsons Associates UAE, mentioned that their financial expertise will be shared with stakeholders in the financial sector, primarily for the development of a sustainable and well-connected freelancing landscape in Nepal. In this regard, their company is collaborating with various delegations to guide them in designing and shaping future goals.