Anupama Kunjeli: Her Story So Far as First Female CEO

By Bishal Deep Basnet on Sep 04,2018 - 19:20

Anupama Kunjeli, the first female CEO of Nepal, is the CEO of Mega Bank. Anupama is a leading icon in the business sector and she is a great role model for women all over Nepal. 

She has been working with Mega Bank since its establishment.

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Anupama Kunjeli's Time With Mega Bank

Ms. Anupama Khunjeli has been Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Mega Bank Nepal Limited since February 17, 2017. Ms. Khunjeli served as General Manager of Mega Bank Nepal Limited since August 16, 2016, until February 17, 2017, and served as its Chief Operating Officer until August 16, 2016. Ms. Khunjeli served as a Head of Global Markets and Merchant Banking at Nabil Bank Limited.

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A meeting of the bank's board of directors appointed Khunjeli to the post of acting CEO. Khunjeli was serving the bank as assistant CEO. 

Starting her banking career with the then Grindlays bank (now Standard Chartered Bank Nepal Ltd) in 1991, Khunjeli has 27 years of experience in the banking sector.


Ms. Kunjeli's Story Before Mega Bank

Ms. Khunjeli had completed her schooling from St. Mary's school and then she moved to India for her higher secondary level studies. She, then, joined Shankar Dev Campus for Bachelors and Masters degree.

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After the completion of her studies, she joined Standard Chartered Nepal. Her career at banking started from there and she spent 13 years gathering experience. The second phase of her career started at Nabil Bank, where joined as the Senior Manager. Under the mentorship of Mr. Keshari, she spent 6 years at Nabil Bank proving herself as a valuable entity of the firm.

Then she joined Mega Bank as the Deputy General Manager of the firm. After the completion of Mr. Keshari's tenure, she performed as the acting CEO of Mega Bank.

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