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Fund Opens Nausori Branch

Fund Opens Nausori Branch
The new FNPF branch in Nausori.
June 19
09:05 2015

The Fiji National Provident Fund (FNPF) is focused on working with members to improve and build savings and ensure they have meaningful balances when they retire at 55 or later.

The comments were made by FNPF chief executive Aisake Taito during the opening of their new Nausori branch last night.

Mr Taito, who steps down as fund CEO at the end of this month, said FNPF was now one of the major sources of long-term funds for the development of infrastructure in public utilities and housing schemes in Fiji with members no longer needing to pay the current $200 application fee for housing assistance.

“The opening of this office effectively means that members do not have to travel to Suva or Valelevu to access FNPF services but a one stop place for employers to verify and clarify compliance matters related to their employees. Most importantly our pensioners can have their renewal certificates verified and lodged,” he said.

Assistant general manager Alipate Waqairawai said the event was a milestone in their efforts to bring better services to their customers in a town that serves three of the country’s biggest provinces.

“We believe that Tailevu, Naitasiri and Rewa deserve to be served closer to home. This investment illustrates our continued commitment to bring the best of our services to all our stakeholders,” he said.




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