Danica Rapouel, Bank Manager Port Vila, with BSP Port Vila branch staff-Kalmet, Therese and Jocelyn.

Bank South Pacific (BSP) has announced with pride, its one-year of operations in Vanuatu and itssignificant achievements over the past 12 months.

With the Bank’s Pacific expansion plan, the Vanuatu operation was settled on 1st July, 2016 a year after the acquisition of Westpac operations by BSP in Cook Islands, Samoa, Tonga and Solomon Islands, in July 2015.

BSP has made significant effort into improving its customer engagement and experience; staff development and career planning, and also upgrading its fleet of merchant EFTPoS terminals.

Towards the end of 2017, BSP will have established a new branch on Tanna Island, bringing the branch network to three full branches, 15 ATMs, 14 Agency and an extensive reach in EFTPoS points for improved accessibility.

Over the next 12 months, BSP will open a new service centre in Port Vila, improve mobile banking suite of products and develop products for the Retail customers that will complement the bank’s objective of making basic banking services available across Vanuatu.

BSP Group Chief Executive Officer, Robin Fleming on behalf of the Board and Management of BSP thanked the people of Vanuatu for their continued trust and support.

“We thank our customers, partners and employees for making this, a tremendous first year of operations. We are very proud of this year’s significant accomplishments and well positioned for growing our business in Vanuatu,” he added.

BSP is truly a South Pacific Bank in every sense, committed to partnering with the people, business and government in supporting economic opportunity and development across the regions communities.

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