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April 20, 2021
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BSP Branches to remain open during the four-week nationwide isolation period

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Bank of South Pacific Limited will remain open during the four-week nationwide isolation period whilst observing the ‘niupela pasin’ and COVID-19 measures put in place.

“Bank of South Pacific Ltd as an essential service provider and remains committed to its customers in ensuring continuity of services,” said BSP Group CEO Robin Fleming.

A ‘No Face Mask, No Entry’ policy will be implemented across all BSP Branches.

Other measures include;

  • Customers will be required to remove sunglasses and hats before entering any BSP Branches; and
  • 1.5 metres must be maintained when standing in a queue.

BSP is urging all customers to adhere to these measures to help protect themselves, their families, and their friends.

BSP also encourages customers to utilize its Digital Banking platforms – Mobile Banking and Internet Banking for transactions or school fee payments or use our Customer Self Service App for Personal Loan Application.

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