PORT MORESBY, April 24, 2018: Nambawan Super, the country’s largest and leading Superannuation Fund, proudly announces the recent opening of its new member service office in Daru, Western Province.

The opening of the Daru Nambawan Super Office now brings to 21 the total number of Nambawan Super offices serving members in the country. The new office is located in the ToBest Security Services Yard.

Nambawan Super will now see to the needs of members in Daru. They will no longer need to travel to Port Moresby or Kiunga for such services following the opening of the new member service centre on Thursday.

Nambawan Super’s Chief Executive Officer, Paul Sayer said Nambawan Super is adamant in spreading its member service centres to all provinces across the country. The Funds membership has grown to over 175,000 and are scattered all over the country.

“The opening of the Daru office marks another milestone in numerous initiatives Nambawan Super has undertaken in the last 12 months. This has been based around providing first class service to our members.

Nambawan Super understands the costs incurred and hardships faced to travel into major towns to gain access to our services especially our members in Western Province. The opening of the new branch is part of the Nambawan Super strategy to bring our services closer to the members’ doorsteps to help alleviate the problems they face when attempting to access our services.

We thank these patient members for their understanding,” said Mr. Sayer.

The office is equipped to offer a complete range of superannuation services including issuance of statements, processing of applications, updating of member details, and attending to general enquiries.  Nambawan Savings & Loans Society would also be represented by this office.

Currently, NSL has an existing office in Kiunga which is about an hour’s travel by plane from Daru. The Kiunga Office caters for members based in the Middle Fly and Upper Fly Districts.

There are also plans to establish service centres in convenient locations including shopping centres in Port Moresby.  Consideration would also be given to open offices in the Hela and Jiwaka provinces.  This is part of our desire to better serve our existing members and potential members.

Mr. Sayer said, “Growing NSL’s footprint includes opening branches in strategic areas to better service our members. Our online and mobile services also helps to better reach members at their workplaces, in their homes or on the go wherever they may be located. The expansion of NSL’s outlets will place NSL closer to members without them having to travel far to access services.”

Nambawan Super Limited is Papua New Guinea’s largest and leading super fund and manages the superannuation funds totalling K6.4 billion for over 175,000 members from both the private and public sectors.

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