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NIBL Sahabhagita Fund has received approval from SEBON to expand to Rs. 2 billion.



The SEBON has given the “NIBL Sahabhagita Fund,” Nepal’s first open-ended program, permission to expand to Rs. 2 billion.

With 36 years of successful operations under its belt, Nepal Investment Mega Bank Ltd. (NIMBL), one of the top banks in Nepal, filed “NIBL Mutual Fund” as a fund sponsor with the Securities Board of Nepal (SEBON) with the goal of diversifying Mutual Fund Schemes in the Nepalese Capital Market. The NIBL Sahabhagita Fund, the first open-ended program in Nepal, was started in 2019 with a total value of 20 crores and has already reached a milestone size of 1 billion.

The amount of the scheme was increased to Rs. 2 billion due to the overwhelming demand from investors, and NIBL Ace Capital requested SEBON’s permission on Poush 17, 2079.

Being Nepal’s first open-ended scheme, it has been successful in providing reasonable returns to its unit holders since the first year of operation, with a total of 65.45% dividend distributed in 3 years of successful operations and an average annual return of 21.81%. This is in light of Nepal’s developing capital market, growing mutual fund industry, and increasing investor in mutual funds. Comparing the program to other open-ended mutual fund schemes so far, it has produced the greatest returns.

Investors who are interested in this program may invest by submitting properly completed forms, which are accessible at all NIMB and NIBL ace Capital branch offices and distribution agents. They can also submit an online application by going to the NIBL Ace capital website (www.niblcapital.com). A Dividend Re-Investing Plan, which removes ongoing administrative difficulties and guarantees investors don’t lose out on an investment opportunity, is another option for investors.

Due to its attractive returns, the plan that began with a size of 20 crores was able to attract a substantial amount of investors. As of today, it has exceeded a size of more than 1 billion, making it the largest open-ended scheme in the history of the Nepalese capital market.

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