The National, Tuesday December 17th, 2013
WITH focus on improving sales and service capabilities, the nation’s leading bank said it will stay committed to investing in its greatest asset – its human resources.
Last week, Bank South Pacific took top honours during the Institute of Banking and Business Management’s (IBBM) 60th graduation. .
Strategic client support manager Timothy Sipwanji picked up the “Chairman’s Medal for Diploma in Banking 2013”.
He received the award after achieving the highest marks in diploma in banking.
Sipwanji was among nine BSP employees who graduated.
Group chief executive Robin Fleming, who was at the occasion, praised all nine employees for completing their course.
“The awarding of the diploma is significant for you, your family and BSP, the culmination of much hard work and dedication, through many hours of study and classwork.
“We trust this achievement brings increased job satisfaction and the confidence to deal with new and challenging roles in the bank”, he said.
“This is an investment by the bank in your personal development and we trust that this qualification has broadened your knowledge and skills to meet your future career plans in the bank.
“Our people are our greatest assets and we value the efforts people such as you have put in to become better in their lives, as we all benefit from these personal commitments,” Fleming said.
The opportunity for further study was one way in which the bank was developing its workforce.
BSP personnel had been instrumental in helping the bank remain at the forefront of modern banking, as it ensured that its personnel were given every opportunity to develop their skill.