The Solomon Islands National Provident Fund Board receive two Business Excellence Awards at the 2019 Business Excellence Awards hosted by the Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SICCI) together with the Solomon Islands Government through the Office of Prime Minister and Cabinet.
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Solomon Islands National Provident Fund (SINPF) Board has donated five thousand dollars to Media Association of Solomon Islands MASI on 15th of November, 2019, receiving the Cheque is MASI president Charles Kadamana with his vice Douglas Marau.
The Central Bank of Solomon Islands (CBSI) in exercise of the powers conferred by Section 5 of the Financial Institutions Act 1998 had granted Solomon Finance Limited (SFL) an Interim License to carry on banking business as a credit Institution in Solomon Islands subject to the provisions of the Financial Institutions Act 1998.
Governor of Central Bank Dr Luke Forau has applaud the Solomon Islands National Provident Fund to adopt digital channels that bridge youSave members in wherever they are directly with SINPF to do savings anytime anywhere.
Dr Forau made the statement at the launching of the youSave Lo Mobile in Honiara. He said ‘youSave LoMobile’ is a unique savings for the informal sector, especially for the SINPF youSave members. YouSave LoMobile is a unique innovation, and it is first of its kind in the world where Mobile top- ups (Airtime Credit) will be used for (digital) savings.
NPF achieves a very important milestone in the journey of the youSave in particular in terms of making it easy and convenient for members to make deposits to their youSave accounts anytime and anywhere within reach of the two Mobile Network Operators coverage.