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Expo part of positive changes in the organisation

Salaseini Moceiwai
Saturday, January 25, 2014

AS part of efforts to deliver efficient and excellent services to its members, the Fiji National Provident Fund held an exposition in Labasa yesterday.

Fund CEO Aisake Taito said this was among other positive changes taking place in the organisation.

"This is a change that the FNPF board members wanted for the purpose of bringing our services down to the members," Mr Taito said.

"We are also here because the FNPF Decree requires us to conduct a forum and outline to the members our annual financial performance.

"The forum is to be held after every three months. This is also an opportunity for us to inform members of our future plans."

Mr Taito said public response was overwhelming.

"The expo starts here in the North before our team heads to the West and other parts of Viti Levu.

"We came here last year only to conduct a forum but now, we have organised the expo to bring our services closer to the members."





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