Written: 27 July 2020

Nambawan Super launched a new campaign that introduces a new message – Super for Everyone – celebrating the breadth of our membership and the fact that anyone can be a member of Nambawan Super.

During development, our members responded really positively to the campaign. It made them proud to be Nambawan Super

Members, and was also successful in challenging long-standing beliefs that Nambawan Super is a public sector only fund.

Nambawan Super values and celebrates our strong Public Service membership, however, each year we grow our private

Sector membership. In 2019 we welcomed 40 new private-sector employers to the Fund.

By ‘For Everyone’, we mean everyone in PNG, whether they are working for themselves or for someone else.

With the introduction of the Superannuation General Provisions Act in 2002, Nambawan Super opened its doors to everyone employer.

Choice Super was launched in 2014 to cater for our informal sector. This ensured we had a product that made super available to everyone.

But ultimately, at Nambawan Super we believe Superannuation should be for everyone: not constrained by business size; or time working for an employer; and, will continue to advocate for positive changes to Superannuation for the benefit of everyone in Papua New Guinea.

Read more in our July edition of Nambawan SuperTok newsletter

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