Finance Minister Janardan Sharma. (File photo)
KATHMANDU: A four-member suggestion committee has been formed to give necessary suggestions to improve the deteriorating condition of the Nepali share market.
Speaking at the 30th Annual General Meeting of the Securities Board of Nepal (SEBON), Finance Minister Janardan Sharma said the government has formed a four-member committee to give suggestions for the facilitation of the share market.
“The government is serious about thousands of investors investing in the stock market,” he said, adding, “Additional steps will be taken to improve the share market as recommended by the suggestion committee.”
Minister Sharma informed that the committee comprises one member each from the Ministry of Finance, Nepal Rastra Bank, and SEBON.
He also added that the budget has given priority to the issue of securities.