by Jack Lapauve Jr, EMTV – Port Moresby
The country’s largest and leading superannuation fund, Nambawan Super, opened its new Service Centre in Port Moresby yesterday.
The new centre will see a fast and modern approach to serving Nambawan Super Limited (NSL) members with state of art technology.
Bank of PNG Governor, Loi Bakani, was present to officiate with the ribbon cutting.
The relocation and opening of its new Port Moresby Service Centre from downtown to Waigani’s Aopi Centre, will see a new era for the entity to serve its customers.
The new service centre will see NSL members get more service in a short space of time, including processing of applications, updating of member details, and general enquiries.
Acting board chairman Anthony Smare said the centre is for members, who are welcome anytime.
“It’s all about serving and delivering these vital services to those who spend a lot in accessing this service”, he added.
Bank of PNG Governor Loi Bakani, said the institution has proven to be a vehicle as it adopts innovative delivery channels and products for Papua New Guineans