Today we are here to witness the ground-breaking ceremony to commence the construction of a modern accommodation facility that will provide an excellent face-lift to our city Honiara.
SINPF Board Chairman (ag) David Rupokets made the statement when deliver his speech to mark the ground- breaking ceremony last Thursday.
This investment is particularly timely and important when our economy is going through the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic and negative ramifications of the recent November 2021 Honiara riots that pulled our economy backwards.
In Honiara on 25th April 2022, the Deputy Chairman of Solomon Islands National Provident Fund Board David Rupokets says the official soft launch of the Solomon Finance Limited marks another milestone in the Fund’s 44 years journey.
Speaking at the launching, unfortunately we are only able to co-host with SFL Board a soft launch due to the current situation we are in at the moment and constrained financial resources.
DR JIMMIE RODGERS CHAIRMAN SINPF BOARD
I am pleased to take this opportunity to formally announce, the granting of a banking license to our solely owned company, the Solomon Finance Limited, to conduct banking business as a credit institution under the Financial Institutions Act 1998 (as amended) by the Board of Central Bank of Solomon Islands, at its meeting on the 17th November 2021.