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From October 1st, the Fiji National Provident Fund will make all payments electronically to its members and vendors.

This is part of the Fund’s efforts to shift its processes to digital platforms to boost efficiency, improve accessibility and allow for greater convenience for members. It is also one of the measures that is being implemented to strengthen the Fund’s internal processes.

All Fund payments will be done through electronic funds transfer (EFT).

Currently, more than 90% of the Fund’s payments are remitted electronically, however there are exceptions for those who do not have bank accounts.

“As part of the changes to our payment processes, we will no longer print or distribute cheques,” said Chief Executive Officer Jaoji Koroi.

“Members are encouraged to open their bank accounts to ensure that payments for any withdrawal assistance they access, are paid directly to their accounts.”

“This is about streamlining and shifting our processes to digital platforms that are available and ensuring the highest level of efficiency and convenience for our stakeholders.”

“While we were mindful of the fact that some members do not have bank accounts and some vendors prefer cheque payments, we’ve ceased this mode of payment because it is time consuming and costly.”

Going forward, Mr. Koroi said all payments will be done through EFT mode.

The Fiji National Provident Fund strongly condemns attempts by members to gain access to their retirement savings through dishonest means, and warns that it will come down hard on those who commit these fraudulent acts.

Fiji National Provident Fund (FNPF) members will wake up on Monday 1 July 2019 to new balances, after the FNPF declared earlier today an annual interest rate of 6.75% for the financial year ending 30 June, 2019.

In an effort to enhance the coordination of sharing data, a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was signed today (20/06) between the Water Authority of Fiji (WAF) and the Fiji National Provident Fund (FNPF) at the FNPF Board Room in Suva.

Members from around the island of Taveuni have made a valiant effort to attend the Fiji National Provident Funds “It’s easy to save” retirement expo this week, ensuring that all their FNPF issues are addressed.

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