The National, Wednesday June 26th, 2013
THE Bank South Pacific, which is committed to the development of the small-and-medium enterprise (SMEs), has allotted K50,000 for the sector’s summit in Madang.
Deputy chief executive officer and group chief financial officer Johnson Kalo presented the sponsorship cheque to Trade Commerce and Industry Minister Richard Maru last Friday.
Kalo said: “BSP is supporting the SME summit with K50,000.”
He said BSP was committed to assisting the growth of the sector and the development of PNG as a whole.
“The bank wants to help Papua New Guineans grow their savings, grow their business and grow their future by having access to safe, secure, convenient and cost effective banking.
BSP seeks to boost the growth of SMES through its products that offer financial support, Kalo said.