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Members use PNG Super Fund (Nasfund) Balance Checker frequently


The checking of National Superannuation Fund (Nasfund) balances is the main service requested by its members.
After kicking off its Super Saturday initiative, Nasfund members are encouraged to register online to access their balances or print outs to save time and costs.
Both branches reported that the most enquired service was checking and printing of member statements.
Boroko noted 66 from 132 members while Lae 58 from 80 members who visited the branch on Saturday.
Nasfund’s member online portal was introduced in 2017 to provide members the ease to register to access to their superannuation accounts and to print statements at their convenient time and place.
To date, the fund has registered more than 18,000 members.
This is about 10 per cent of the fund’s total active membership base.
The member online services are available and can be accessed through mobile phones and desktops.
The fund is working on rolling its member kiosks soon. This will be self-service kiosks placed at high traffic centres for members to print out their statements, check their balances and superannuation account details.
Chief executive officer Ian Tarutia who was at Boroko branch to witness the first Super Saturday initiative said that while the focus is with the two major traffic centres in Port Moresby and Lae, the fund will also be opening its Call Center on Saturdays from 9.00am to 12.00pm to take enquiries from other parts of the country.
“We are cognisant of the high expectations of our membership especially around services, thus this year will be an extra focus in this area.
“We are progressing a few initiatives and looking forward to rolling out the deliverables later this year to uplift services for our members’ benefit,” Mr Tarutia said.

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