BSP achieves milestone in Vanuatu’s new banking System
BSP Vanuatu achieved a major milestone for its business on Monday 19th April, 2021, when its new Flexcube Banking System went live in Vanuatu, making it the first BSP operation to upgrade into this new system,” said BSP Group CEO Robin Fleming.
BSP Solomon Islands Announces Relief Package for Customers Impacted by COVID-19
The Bank South Pacific (BSP) is monitoring the evolving nature of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and is arranging relief packages to assist customers during this period.
BSP Committed to Building an inclusive workforce
BSP takes great pride in the diversity of its people and is committed to building a strong and inclusive work culture in PNG and the Pacific.
BSP Solomon Islands Announces Profit of $94.1m
BSP Solomon Islands Country Head David Anderson today announced the Solomon Islands results for the full year to 31st December 2019, with Net Profit after tax of $94.1m.
BSP Solomon Islands Supports Cancer Unit
Bank South Pacific is supporting the Cancer Unit of the National Referral Hospital in Honiara with a donation of $10,000 which will be used for Cancer Research.
BSP SI Go Green clean up campaign
Bank South Pacific - Solomon Islands (BSP SI) is pleased to advice GO GREEN CLEAN UP CAMPAIGN will commence this Friday 15th November 2019.
PINKTOBER for OCTOBER
Breast Cancer is currently one of the top 5 cancers in the Solomon Islands today. Proper facilities, logistics and adequate awareness continue to be a challenge.
Solomon Islands Football Federation – U19 Women’s Team
Community: "We respect, value and support the Communities in which we operate".
Queens Birthday and Whit Day Public Holiday Notice
Bank South Pacific will be CLOSED Friday 7th June 2019 for Queen's Birthday Celebrations and Monday 10th June 2019 for Whit Monday.
BSP SI supports the Deaf and Dumb - San Isidro Care Centre
In the past, counting on the deaf and dumb was always not considered because of their inability to hear and talk and they were often classified as being unfortunate. However nowadays they are acknowledged as members of the community with special needs.