As part of the Financial Stability Report, which is published twice each year, the Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) also conducts a Systemic Risk Survey, wherein it asks experts and market participants to assess the financial system on five different types of risks — global, financial, macroeconomic, institutional and general.

On May 19 2022, The NRB released the 13th Financial Stability Report (FSR), which is based on the provisional data of Bank and Financial Institutions (BFIs) and other financial institutions as of mid-July 21. Here’s the summarized version of the report published by the NRB.

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