NSL welcomes Choice Super members in Alotau

Written: 4 March 2022

Nambawan Super is pleased to welcome 19 new Choice Super members from Alotau, Milne Bay Province.

The new members are casual employees with Milne Bay Welding Supplies, Island Trading and Construction, and Racer Replacement Parts.

These three new employers now join several businesses that are prioritising the well-being of their casual staff by helping them to build a better future after retirement for themselves and their families with Choice Super.

The new members join 19,000 Choice Super members that receive the full benefits available to all Nambawan Super members.

These benefits include receiving discounts of up to 30% every time they shop through the Nambawan Super Discount Partner Program, access to their contributions for a Housing Advance, and they even have the opportunity to open a Retirement Savings Account to continue earning interest on their savings after retirement.

Choice Super is a product that is available for everyone regardless of if you are an entrepreneur, self-employed, casually employed, run a micro business, earn income from the informal sector, or are an expatriate.

Choice Super ensures that people who are not eligible to receive employer superannuation contributions can still invest in their future and by saving for their retirement.

Nambawan Super is the biggest and longest serving Super Fund and is proud to have been building better futures for its over 208,000 members throughout the last 60 years. With over K8.8 billion in Funds Under Management, Nambawan Super is able to help members grow their savings through the Fund’s high-performing strategic investments.

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