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Police Officers Urged To Invest With Unit Trust

Officers of the Fiji Police Force have been encouraged to invest with Unit Trust of Fiji. This after the Fiji Police signed a memorandum of understanding with the investment unit
02 Dec 2020 10:45
Police Officers Urged To Invest With Unit Trust
Acting Commissioner of Police, Rusiate Tudravu with Unit Trust of Fiji, chief executive officer, Vilash Chand. Photo: Unit Trust of Fiji

Officers of the Fiji Police Force have been encouraged to invest with Unit Trust of Fiji.

This after the Fiji Police signed a memorandum of understanding with the investment unit yesterday.

Acting Commissioner of Police, Rusiate Tudravu, said the initiative was an opportunity for officers to invest for the future considering their well-being.

“We are empowering our officers to start saving for their future and not only relying on one coffer as they have another opportunity now available for them,” ACP Tudravu said.

Mr Tudravu said the signing was timely as they were trying to advise young police officers to save for the rainy days.

“When it comes to retirement, we realise we do not have things in place and we do not plan well in terms of financial security.”

ACP Tudravu encourages all workers within the organisation to take advantage of the investment scheme.

Unit Trust of Fiji, chief executive officer, Vilash Chand addressing the attendees at the signing of the memorandum. Photo: Unit Trust of Fiji

Unit Trust of Fiji, Chief Executive Officer, Vilash Chand addressing the attendees at the signing of the memorandum. Photo: Unit Trust of Fiji

Unit Trust of Fiji, chief executive officer, Vilash Chand, said: “The investment scheme will benefit the children and spouses of the police officers.

“It is your investment, you decide when to invest and when to exist, there are no conditions attached to your investment.”

He said the investment scheme was flexible and transparent.”

Mr Chand said the dividends received from an investment are all tax-free for any Unit Trust of Fiji investor.

“You have to be fully informed on the services and products that we offer, he said.

Feedback: elena.lauwai@fijisun.com.fj


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