Matured NIBL Samriddhi Fund-1 (NIBSF1) Liquidating All Securities, Shares and Debenture Units Being Auctioned

Thu, Jan 27, 2022 1:11 PM on Latest, Mutual Fund,

On its maturity, NIBL Samriddhi Fund-1 (NIBSF1) is auctioning its remnant investment.

The 7-year, closed-end mutual fund scheme managed by NIBL Ace Capital Limited and promoted by Nepal Investment Bank Limited matured on Poush 22, 2078. As such, the fund will have to auction away the shares of companies and debentures that are under its ownership. All securities should be liquidated and unitholders should be paid back within 3 months from the date of maturity.

Thus, the auction for the shares and debentures has opened today, i.e. on Magh 13. It will conclude on Magh 20.

The following securities are being auctioned:

Company Symbol

Maximum Share Units

Min Bid Rate (Rs.)


2520 100
HBL 5534 100
SCB 381 100
EDBL 1 100


538 100 
AKBSL 714 100 
DDBL 2349 100 
SAMAJ 117 100 
NBLD87  12500 1000 
NICAD8182  1000  1000 
NICAD8283  7000  1000 
 GBILD86/87 50000  1000 

For the companies' shares, 100 is the minimum bid quantity, except for Excel Development Bank whose one unit share is being auctioned. The minimum bid quantity is 1000 units for debentures.

NIBL Ace Capital itself is the issue manager. Bids will be opened at the premises of the auction manager on Magh 23, starting at 3 pm that day.

Auction Notice

More About the Fund

The public issue for NIBL Samriddhi Fund –I opened on Mangsir 17 2071 (3 December 2014) and closed on Mangsir 21 (7 December). The public issue was oversubscribed more than 3 times. The allotment for NIBL Samriddhi Fund - I was done on 23 Poush, 2071 (7 January, 2015) in the premise of NIBL Capital Markets.

The mutual fund had originally offered 80 million units, but following a high number of applications for the mutual fund units priced at Rs 10, the fund manager allotted units worth Rs 1,000 million as allowed by the Mutual Fund Regulations 2067. Out of the total of 100,000,000 units, 15 percent were allocated for Nepal Investment Bank and NIBL Capital Ltd. together. The remaining 85,000,000 units were set allotted to the general public.

The mutual fund scheme’s NAV stands at Rs. 12.62 as of Mangsir end, 2078 which was Rs. 12.66 in the previous month. Till the month of Mangsir, the fund had invested Rs. 2.73 crores in the listed shares and Rs. 14.79 lakhs in public issues, right shares, and bonus shares. The scheme had Rs. 1 Arba in fixed deposits and had invested Rs. 10.45 crores in bonds and debentures. This scheme had Rs. 9.74 crores in the bank balance.

NIBSF1 posted a net profit of Rs. 1.22 crores in the month of Mangsir. Its profit for the previous month was Rs. 1.58 crores.