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Written: 12 October 2020

2022 a challenging year

2022 a challenging year

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.

Member encourages peers to save

Member encourages peers to save

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.

State pays K30 million to NSL

State pays K30 million to NSL

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.

NSL acts to protect Member’s savings

NSL acts to protect Member’s savings

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 announces change of Board Directors

Nambawan Super announces change of Board Directors

Nambawan Super Chairman Mr. Reg Monagi, today announced the departure of Mr. Alan Kam, who completed his nine-year tenure on the Nambawan Super Board as an Independent Trustee Director. Mr. Kam joined the Nambawan Super Board in December 2013 and served as the...

Public Solicitors empowered with Financial Literacy Training

Public Solicitors empowered with Financial Literacy Training

A total of 42 staff from the Public Solicitors Office successfully completed Nambawan Super Limited’s (NSL) Free Financial Literacy Training (FLT), conducted in Kokopo, East New Britain Province.The training participants included the Deputy Public Solicitor for Civil...