The NSL Board, Management and Staff extend their thanks to the Fund’s stakeholders, employers and most importantly to our members past and present for supporting Nambawan Super throughout our 60 years of service to the people of PNG.
Earlier this year, Nambawan Super Limited (NSL) appointed Mr Michael Uriari and Mr Daniel Siaguru-Khaisir as the Fund’s newest Independent Trustee Directors for a 3-year term.
Nambawan Super and the Pacific International Hospital announced a partnership that will lower the cost of professional medical services offered by the hospital to Nambawan Super members.
This retired career public servant is doing what he loves the most today with his Nambawan Super Retirement Savings Account (RSA) – gone fishing!
The Deputy Chairperson of Nambawan Super, Dame Meg Taylor, today announced that in 2021 the Fund has grown its net asset value to K8.82 billion, earning a net profit of K526 million that has been distributed to more than 208,000 members through applying a crediting rate of 6.5% to their accounts.
Nambawan Super Limited (NSL) celebrated the contributions of Prof. David Kavanamur as he was farewelled from service on the NSL Board.
Nambawan Super officially opened its recently relocated Daru Branch yesterday, as part of its continued focus on improving Member access to superannuation services in rural centers around the Country. The Branch was opened by Nambawan Super Member representatives...
Nambawan Super Limited (NSL) continues to look at opportunities to mitigate the adverse effects of a very volatile global economy as some of the Fund’s investments struggle to cope amid the tough economic challenges in 2022. NSL’s Chief Executive Officer, Mr Paul...