The government has appointed Ramesh Hamal as the Chairperson of the Securities Board of Nepal. Today’s meeting of the Council of Ministers has appointed Hamal as the chair of the board.

Talking to RSS, Hamal said that he would make sincere efforts for the development and expansion of Nepal’s stock market. He said that he would do his best to diversify the market in the interest of small investors.

The then chairman of the Board Bhishma Raj Dhungana was removed by the government after he was involved in a shares-related scam of a cement company. The position remained vacant for the last six months.

Born in Silgadhi, Doti, Hamal holds an MBA from the Asian Institute of Technology Bangkok, Thailand.

Read full article at

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

You May Also Like

Budget positive but challenging for implementation: NCC – |

Nepal Chamber of Commerce (NCC) has observed that the budget government brought…

NAV of Mega Mutual Fund 1 Stands Below Par Value in the Month of Baisakh – |

The NAV report of “Mega Mutual Fund 1 (MMF1)” has been unveiled…

Too Many Bad News in Single Day: NEPSE Loses 2.17% and Closes at 2,661.44 – |

The NEPSE index closed at 2,661.44 today after losing 58.99 points from…

SEBON Approves 5 More Institutional Investors to Participate in IPOs Via Book-Building Process – |

Securities Exchange Board of Nepal (SEBON) has chosen five more institutions to…

Last Day to Apply for IPO of Emerging Nepal Limited – |

Emerging Nepal Limited is closing its IPO issue today. Investors have till…