Global IME Bank Limited and Naukunda village municipality have signed a memorandum of understanding to boost small farmers’ access to agricultural subsidy loans. Ramesh Paneru, the bank’s branch manager, and Nurvu Syangwo Ghale, the chairman of the Naukunda village municipality, signed the MoU.
According to the agreement, Global IME Bank will provide low-interest loans to farmers in Naukund village municipality who are involved in goat farming, dairy farming, vegetable farming, poultry farming, pig farming, fishing, and the production of various fruits. Small farmers will receive the appropriate training from the village municipality.
Global IME Bank, which has branches across the country and abroad, aims to provide banking services in 7 states and 76 districts through 273 branches, 242 ATMs, 257 branchless banking services, 47 extension and revenue collection counters, and 3 foreign representative offices. Customers are being served by an increasing number of service centers. With the slogan “Bank for All,” the bank has served over 2.2 million customers.
Remittance services are also available from the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, Malaysia, South Korea, Japan, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Kuwait, India, Jordan, Hong Kong, and other nations.