Nambawan Super officially opened its recently relocated Daru Branch today, as part of its continued focus on improving Member access to superannuation services in rural centers around the Country.
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.
Nambawan Super Limited (NSL) Chairman, Mr Reg Monagi, today announced the appointment of Nambawan Super’s newest Independent Trustee Director Mr Philip Samar.
Nambawan Super is the only savings most public servants have for their retirement. Many public servants in Milne Bay and elsewhere in PNG do not have a backup for retirement. Nambawan Super provides the best investment to help them when they are no longer working.
Nambawan Super is pleased to announce that its second cohort of Trainee Directors have successfully completed their two-year development program.
Nambawan Super Limited (NSL) confirms that it received an additional K30 million from the State on Friday, 7 October 2022, towards the settlement of its rental arrears owed to the Members of Nambawan Super. This brings the total amount paid by the State to K82 million.
On Tuesday, 5 October 2022, Nambawan Super Limited (NSL) resorted to locking out tenants occupying the Revenue Haus (Internal Revenue Commission) and Vulupindi Haus (Department of Finance) after the State failed to sign a Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) for the settlement of its outstanding rental arrears.
Nambawan Super Limited (NSL) was pleased to have been a part of the Internal Revenue Commission’s (IRC) General Tax Awareness Workshop for Micro Small Medium (MSMEs) Businesses, held at the APEC Haus from Tuesday to Friday last week.
NSL CEO, Mr Paul Sayer opened by stating that: “From an investment and economics point of view, 2022 has been the perfect storm for investors like Nambawan Super”.
Nambawan Super is advising its Members that they should not purchase any land within the Nambawan Super Limited (NSL) owned 9-mile land Portions (2156, 2157, 2158 and 2159) from squatters or people claiming to be agents of the Fund.