Nepali Diaspora Investment Fund (the “Fund”) Inc. is a pooled investment vehicle that primarily invest in the public company securities in the United States of America. The Fund invest in micro- to mega-cap public companies that are growth potential and income generating. The Fund sells “Shares” of Class A Stock, and shareholder’s capital is then re-invested into the US based public company securities, such as stocks and bonds. The Fund’s investors are primarily the Nepali community people living in the United States, and it is operated by the Nepali fund managers and investment advisors.
The Fund distributes the dividends or interests in quarterly basis to its shareholders, and any capital gains due to sale of stocks or bonds are distributed to the Fund’s shareholders in annual basis.
The Fund aims to publicly offer its securities in near future through registration with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) as a mutual fund. Once registered and approved by the SEC, the Fund will operate as a mutual fund and offer its shares to the public through OCT market or stock exchanges.
Dr. Desh Raj Sonyok is a civil/geotechnical engineer and social entrepreneur based in the Washington DC metro area.
Mr. Krishna Bhandari, known as Krishna Sadagi, is a dedicated social activist. Sadagi has spent seven years in the government services in Nepal.
Mr. Sal (Surya) Lamsal was born and raised in Nepal. He completed his High School in Shivanagar, Chitwan, graduated I.Sc. and B.Sc. from Amrit Science College (ASCOL) and B.E. (Civil Engineering) from Pulchowk Campus.
Bishwa Man Angdembe (BMA) is a young professional with knowledge and skills of finance, IT, and education sectors. He is a social-minded young entrepreneur.
Milan Karki is a financial advisor, business management consultant and a legal analyst.
Suresh Adhikari has an extended years of experience in Government contracting.
Dr. Shiva Hari Dahal has more than fifteen years of work experience in the field of conflict resolution, human rights and development and statebuilding.
Mr. Khanal has spent seventeen years of his life in civil engineering construction, design, research, and planning works in Nepal, Switzerland and the United States.