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BSP roadshow hits Tailevu

Geraldine Panapasa
Thursday, December 13, 2012

BANK of South Pacific kicked off the festive season with a roadshow in Tailevu last week.

The rural community outreach team set up their striking tent at Korovou Town attracting existing and potential customers throughout the weekend.

In a statement, BSP said the team was led by Nausori branch manager Shailendra Roy and offered customers personal face-to-face banking services for residents in the Tailevu North region.

"We've served cattle farmers, dalo exporters and even barbers. We were honoured to offer all of them a tailor-made banking solution even though each presented with unique needs," he said.

Services on offer included assistance with setting up new accounts, instant issuance of debit cards and attending to personal, motor vehicle and home loan queries on site.

"BSP holds the largest bank network in Fiji and offers convenience, security and high mobility in banking services through state-of-the-art electronic banking services," Mr Roy said.

BSP said staff were also on hand to facilitate registrations for SMS and internet banking.





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