The opening of the new BSP Freswota Branch on March 14th reflects the bank's growth strategy which is focused on strengthening its on ground presence across the countries it operates in the Pacific, while also offering a wider range of banking services to its customers.
The BSP Freswota branch is the new addition to the 83 existing BSP branches in the seven Pacific countries it operates in (PNG, Solomon Islands, Samoa, Tonga, Vanuatu, Fiji and Cook Islands); bringing the total number of branches to now 84 main branches, 529 ATM networks, 45 Sub Branches, 591 Agents and over 13,000 Operational EFTPoS merchants that provides the full suite of retail and commercial services to customers.
Commenting on the new branch opening, BSP Group Chairman Sir Kostas Constantinou, said: “The heart of the bank is our retail branches. We are a leading bank in the Pacific, and we pride ourselves with such expansions into communities, as this provides employment opportunities and economic development.”
BSP Group CEO Robin Fleming also said: “Providing our customers with an exceptional banking experience remains the top priority for BSP.
“Whether it comes through face-to-face interaction, or through our digital services, we are committed to going above and beyond to ensure a seamless customer experience whether through our branches or digital services.
“The launch of our new branch in Vanuatu is another positive step for BSP which will also deliver significant benefits to the community it serves.”
(BSP Board Chairman Sir Kostas Constantinou with Governor of the Reserve Bank of Vanuatu, Simeon Athy, cutting the ribbon in opening the new BSP Freswota Branch)