Nepal Microfinance Bankers’ Association (NMBA), registered at the District Administration Office, Kathmandu in 2006, is a non-profit, member-based organization. It is a network of the Class “D” microfinance financial institutions (MFIs) licensed by Nepal Rastra Bank and also the apex body of the MFIs. The purpose of NMBA is to promote the microfinance sector and establish conducive environment for client and staff protection.

NMBA works closely with regulators and key stakeholders to achieve the broader goal of financial inclusion of the poor and deprived class through microfinance services. It enhances the relationship and co-ordination among its’ current 51 member MFIs as well as non-member MFIs.

NMBA Working Committee meets monthly to pursue the mandated activities in consultation with the Advisory Body and with support from the Staff in the Secretariat located in Naxal, Kathmandu-1.

  • Nepal Microfinance Banker’s Association our Objectives
  • To support related agencies for policy formulation for conducive microfinance operations.
  • To take necessary action to build capacity of MFI’s of Nepal coordinating with national and international organizations working in the field.
  • To help to maintain discipline of microcredit customer and develop professionalism among staffs of MFIs.

Nepal Microfinance Banker’s Association our Objectives

  • To support to set standards for performance indicators and norms of microfinance sector.
  • To develop healthy competition, cooperation among MFIs.
  • To share information and knowledge among MFIs.
  • To promote personal and friendly relationship among members of the Association, holding conferences and meetings for the discussion of technical.