An innovative digital financial service pilot project for enhancing access to finance and enabling financial inclusion for the informal sector in the Solomon Islands is in its final stages of implementation by the Solomon Islands National Provident Fund (SINPF). This is to enable the use of mobile Airtime (Top Up) to make deposit payments directly into the youSave accounts of customers. Currently “youSave” is a very popular retirement savings product for the informal sector of Solomon Islands that was launched in 2017 by SINPF and is supported by the Australian High Commission’s Department Foreign Affairs & Trade (DFAT) and the United National Capital Development Fund (UNCDF).
Following the certification by the Tourism Department that the SINPF Hibiscus Apartments has met the minimum quality standards set by the department for the industry, the SINPF management presented the certificate to the Facilities Manager, Mr. Geoff Kaka of Prestige Development and Management Limited.
Facilities Manager Mr. Geoff Kaka says the Solomon Islands National Provident Fund Hibiscus Apartment is committed to offer first world service as a beacon of tourism and hospitality services in Solomon Islands.
Solomon Islands National Provident Fund SINPF has welcomed two new managers this week.
They are Manager Legal Service Stanley Hanu and Manager Human Resources Cooperate Services Manasseh Taloafiri.