To Review and Develop the Employer and Member Services Policy and Procedures Manual
The Solomon Islands National Provident Fund Board is working towards a robust governance process that can aid to provide effective, efficient, optimum use of resources and value for money to accomplish the standard required customer service and benefit to members, employers and other stakeholders while at the same time explore avenues to minimize and mitigate potential risks to members’ savings with the Fund.
October is known as Breast Cancer Awareness Month or Pinktober because of Pink Ribbon Day on Friday 21st of October, 2022.
The Solomon Islands National Provident Fund (SINPF) recognised the importance of this issue to organized a donation and hand it over to Pharmacists Miss Gladys Habu.
The supervising Minister of Finance and Treasury Dr Culwick Togamana officially announce a crediting rate of 2.65% for NPF members for the financial year ending 30th June 2022.
“This is a very important event in the Calendar of the Fund that all members look forward to every year, to hear the announcement of their crediting rate.