Trade & Working Capital:

Business Banking Nepal, through its Trade & Working Capital (TWC) product is offering wide range of facilities to its Clients which includes Letters of Credit (DA/DP), Trust Receipt / Importers Loan (for meeting immediate payment needs), Export Finance (pre-shipment / post-shipment). Further, we also provide other trade services viz. Documentary Collection, Cash Against Document (CAD - for exporters), Document Against Payment (DAP - for importers), L/C advising, Bond & Guarantees etc.

Salient features:
  • Wide international presence
  • Handled by experienced RMs
  • Global FX solutions
  • Leverage on other Group point relationship
Location of trade service counters:

Standard Chartered Bank Nepal Limited
Madan Bhandari Marg, Naya Baneshwor
Kathmandu, Nepal.

Services provided at trade service counters:
  • General trade inquiries
  • L/C advising services
  • Documentary collection services
  • All other services related to trade finance, bonds and guarantees
Contact details:

Email: TradeAdvisor.Nepal@sc.com
Contact: 01-4782333 Ext 125/127/128/129
Contact Names: Shekhar Karki / Pratigya Pandey / Samir Tiwari / Nirjana Tuladhar
Fax No: 01-4781030;/

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