NEPSE Introduces New Classification System for Listed Companies

NEPSE has introduced a new classification system for listed companies, dividing them into groups A, B, G, and Z. This system aims to offer investors and stakeholders a clearer understanding of companies based on their financial status, performance, and governance.

In the A category, which includes 31 companies, NEPSE has identified firms with a minimum paid-up capital of Rs. 1 Arba. These companies have been listed for at least 3 years, consistently shown profitability over the past 3 fiscal years, distributed dividends, and held annual general meetings within 6 months of the fiscal year-end. Companies in the A category are distinguished by strong corporate governance.



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