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 including Nurses, Police and Teachers, alongside Nambawan Super Limited (NSL) CEO, Mr. Paul Sayer.
The Branch is now conveniently located in the Callan Services Resource Centre, Daru.
Mr. Sayer advised that, “the Nambawan Super Daru Branch is now within walking distance to local schools, Government offices, key state institutions and several other businesses which employ many of our Members in Daru”.
“The relocation exercise and opening of this Branch is part of the Nambawan Super strategy to bring services closer to our Members’ doorsteps.”
“The Branch has also been upgraded to improve on Members’ experience and ensure our staff have everything they need to deliver quality services. It will have the same welcoming look and feel that is now the standard for all our Branches Countrywide, to ensure that our Members receive the same level of services wherever they are”.
“The Branch is able to accommodate up to 15 Members with 3 counters attended by our Member Service Officers; 1 self service counter for ease of access; and 1 comfortable meeting room that provides privacy for Members when discussing their superannuation benefits and retirement savings with us.”
“The Branch is also fully air-conditioned, has improved staff and Member amenities, and it utilises a backup genset for the best Member experience for our over 3000 plus Members that live and work in Daru and the wider South Fly District within Western Province”, he added.
Nambawan Super has 22 offices across the Country which play an integral role in bringing valuable superannuation services to Members in both rural and urban settings.
“Western Province is a significant contributor to the economy of Papua New Guinea, and Daru has a high potential for growth. We aim to continue supporting the people of Daru and Western Province by accessing our valuable superannuation products and services”, Mr. Sayer noted.
“The Fund works hard through its investments to generate strong returns on Members’ savings so that the money they save today, grows over the long-term to help Members achieve their best retirement outcomes”, he concluded.