Wewak Branch

Written: 12 December 2022

Nambawan Super today officially opened its recently relocated Wewak Branch now conveniently located in the MAOSEN COMPLEX, situated along Valley Lane Street, within Wewak Town.

The Branch was opened by Nambawan Super Member representatives including Nurses, Police and Teachers, alongside Nambawan Super Limited CEO, Mr. Paul Sayer.

The relocation of the Wewak Branch is part of Nambawan Super’s continued focus on improving Member access to superannuation services in rural centers around the Country.

Mr. Sayer advised that, “This relocation means that our Nambawan Super Members in Wewak now have a full office space that is dedicated to them. A space and office to call their own”.

“The Branch has also been upgraded to improve on Members’ experience and ensure that we can continue to deliver quality services to our over 3000 Members that live and work in Wewak and the East Sepik Province.”

“The Wewak Branch is one of several Nambawan Super Branches undergoing a relocation exercise that aims to ensure that our Branches Countrywide maintain the same welcoming look and feel whilst keeping a high standard of services for our Members wherever they are.”

“The Branch is now able to accommodate up to 24 Members with 4 counters attended by our Member Service Officers and 1 comfortable meeting room that provides privacy for Members when discussing their superannuation benefits and retirement savings with us.”

“East Sepik Province is a significant contributor to the economy of Papua New Guinea through its agriculture and tourism, and has a high potential for growth. We aim to continue supporting the people of Wewak and Western Province with our valuable superannuation products and services.”

“As PNG’s biggest and longest serving super fund for over 214,000 Members in both the Private and Public Sectors, Nambawan Super aims to continue building better futures for Papua New Guineans while always keeping the needs of our Members at the forefront of all that we do”, Mr Sayer added.

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