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Mr. Sashin Joshi - Chairman

Mr. Sashin Joshi
Sashin Joshi is the CEO of Nabil Bank, the largest private commercial bank in Nepal. He also chairs the Boards of Nabil Investment Banking Ltd. He is a former President of Nepal Bankers’ Association (NBA) and Chairman of National Banking Institute, the apex Nepalese banking institute established by NBA in collaboration with the Nepalese central bank and Asian Development Bank. Before moving to Nabil Bank, he was CEO of NIC Asia Bank and earlier in his career, he was a Board Director and Head of Corporate & Institutional Banking at Standard Chartered Bank Nepal. He has also worked at Australia & New Zealand Banking Group, Melbourne and ANZ Grindlays Bank, Calcutta.

He is one of the founding Directors of Rural Micro-Finance Development Centre (RMDC), a micro-finance wholesale bank and a former Chair of the Managing Board of Credit Information Bureau, Nepal. He has also served on the Board of Kathmandu Water (KUKL), a water utility, as an independent director nominated by Asian Development Bank. He has also represented Nepal Bankers’ Association on the Employer’s Council and Banking Committee of Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FNCCI), Governance Committee of National Planning Commission and as Joint Working Group Chair of Nepalese Business Forum (NBF) set up in association with International Finance Corporation (IFC). He is currently President of Nepal Insolvency Practitioners’ Association. He holds an MBA in Finance, a post-graduate Diploma in Marketing and is Credit-accredited by international banks. He is also a Rotarian and held office as club President in 2006-07.

Registered Members

As per the Nepal Rastra Bank Regulation, all banks and financial institutions that are registered in Nepal Rastra Bank and engaged in credit lending of Rs. 1 million and above facility must be registered in Kendra as its member. Only the registered members can avail the credit reports and other credit information service provided by Kendra.

There are altogether 135 banks and financial institutions that are registered as members of Kendra. The detail statistics of the number of registered members in each category is as follows:

28 Commercial Banks
14 Development Banks (National)
29 Development Banks (Regional)
32 Finance Companies
7 Others (Micro Finance Institution, Co-operatives)