The Solomon Islands National Provident Fund Board (NPF Board) is very excited to enter into an agreement to lease with the Commonwealth of Australia represented by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) for a property to be developed and owned by the NPF Board.
News & Updates
You can access the latest Solomon Islands National Provident Fund news and media releases below.
The implementation of the Solomon Islands National Provident Fund Exemption Order expired on 30 June 2020. As from 1st July 2020 no new applications will be accepted.
Implemented since 1st April 2020, eligible members who qualified under the exemption order were able to access part of their contributions during the period;
The Governor of Central Bank of Solomon Islands (CBSI) Dr Luke Forau has paid visit at the payment location site for members under Covid 19 exemption orders yesterday.
Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Solomon Islands National Provident Fund Board SINPF Mike Wate has invited the Governor Forau to observe how the payment process and procedures are implemented at the payment location site by SINPF staff.
The Solomon Islands National Provident Fund Board (SINPFB) has purchased the remaining $60M of the government’s $120 million covid-19 development bond on Friday 19 June 2020. The other $60M were earlier purchased by Solomon Islands Electricity Authority and Solomon Islands Ports Authority.
SINPF has introduce an online platform to take on members applying under COVID 19 Exemption order 2020. SINPF Members who are eligible and intend to apply can submit their application COVID 19 Online Application.