“Despite Covid-19 hitting hard in 2020 resulting in lockdowns and affecting businesses, BSP Life PNG met targets, issuing 650 policies with an annual premium of K1.6m, a result that would not be achievable without our insurance agents,” said BSP Life PNG Country Manager Nilson Singh.
As the two-month nationwide inclusive insurance campaign gets underway around the country, a young Papua New Guinean is encouraging young people to move away from the wantok system and get insured through a life insurance policy.
BSP Life PNG (BSPL) has donated medical equipment and general refurbishment items worth over K30,000 to the Port Moresby General Hospital Emergency Department today in Port Moresby.
BSP Life PNG Limited today presented a cheque of K10,000 towards the nationwide insurance campaign facilitated by Centre for Excellence in Financial Inclusion (CEFI) – the first of such campaign in the country.
“OVER 300 customers have signed up for Wantok Delite insurance policies with BSP Life PNG to date despite the challenges of Covid-19 and Social Distancing protocols,” said BSP Life PNG Country Manager, Nilson Singh.