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Quick response sets it apart

Credit Corp
Saturday, January 26, 2013

CREDIt Corporation commenced operations in Suva in 1992 with an investment of $1 million, since then its total assets have grown to $100 million. The company is a subsidiary of Credit Corporation (PNG) Ltd, which was established in Papua New Guinea in 1978 as a general finance company. The Credit Corporation Group has grown successfully to become recognised as one of the Pacific's largest and progressive finance providers. Credit Corporation's Nakasi Branch opened for business on February, 14 2010 providing a full range of client services to the public. It had been Credit Corporation's view for some time that we needed to decentralise our services in Suva and service the increasing population in the Nausori/Suva corridor. Nakasi branch's customer base continues to grow and the branch will play a major role in servicing the provision of financial services to a growing community. Finance for new and used motor vehicles for personal and business use is a core focus of Credit Corporation , with the company offering competitive pricing and responsive service at the local level.

Interest Bearing Deposits (IBDs) are available to business, individual clients and non-profit organizations at competitive interest rates.

Credit Corporation is also an authorised Trustee Investment in Fiji.

The company prides itself on its responsiveness and level of customer service. Tough for clients these days to get to a timely decision on their finance requirement from many of the commercial banks and credit institutions, however the company believes their quick response times on finance applications set Credit Corporation apart from its competitors.

The company has branches in Suva, Lautoka, Nadi and Nakasi.





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