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  • Who will be there to help, when you’re not?
    Who will be there to help, when you’re not?
    Sitting in her living room with family portraits of her late husband behind her, Seleima Veisamasama is the picture of a calm and confident woman despite the turmoil that she has experienced over the past year, and particularly in the last few months since the passing of her husband. “Life is full of things that...
    Date: 21st November 2016
    Protecting your family early with life insurance
    Protecting your family early with life insurance
    School-teacher Eparama Rauraumala, 29, almost decided to surrender his insurance policy when he ran into financial difficulties – holding on to the policy proved to be a wise decision. As a fresh graduate in 2009, Wainunu native Eparama Rauraumala did not have a lot of financial obligations. So the following year in 2010, after a...
    Date: 21st November 2016
    Cyclone Insurance: Do you have it? Are you protected?
    Cyclone Insurance: Do you have it? Are you protected?
    At 33, with a flourishing career as a banker and having just moved into his newly built home in Rakiraki, Vinal Kumar and his young family were living the dream. The future looked bright and everything seemed to be going right, until the unexpected suddenly happened. Just five months after they moved in, the dream...
    Date: 21st November 2016
    FINANCIAL EDUCATION – A WAY OUT OF POVERTY
    FINANCIAL EDUCATION – A WAY OUT OF POVERTY
    Sixteen-year-old Abishek Shivam, a Year 11 student at All Saints Secondary School in Labasa, sees Financial Education as a way out of poverty. Since his parents divorced some years ago, he went to live with his elderly grandmother, who struggles financially. A widow, her only source of income is the $90 she receives each month...
    Date: 14th November 2016
    FINANCIAL EDUCATION TEACHES RURAL STUDENTS TO BE RESOURCEFUL
    FINANCIAL EDUCATION TEACHES RURAL STUDENTS TO BE RESOURCEFUL
    The reality for rural students at a boarding school like Namosi Secondary School in the interior of Viti Levu is very different from their urban peers. For one, they don’t have easy access to cash – many of them don’t get pocket or spending money. When they do manage to earn some money and save,...
    Date: 14th November 2016
    Paul Rodney - Student Investor
    Paul Rodney - Student Investor
    Paul Caginivalu is a Year 2 student of the Assemblies of God Primary School in Nasinu. He enjoys playing rugby with the children in his neighbourhood in Kinoya and reading action storybooks. He has a keen interest in animals and watching cartoons. Paul especially enjoys cartoons that teach him something new and he loves the...
    Date: 30th October 2015
    Safeguarding you and your family’s future - Koli Sewabu
    Safeguarding you and your family’s future - Koli Sewabu
    Ni sa bula maleka! Rugby has been a huge part of my life. I have been truly blessed with the opportunities given to me for almost 12 years as a professional rugby player, and had the honour of playing with and against some of the top rugby players in the world. Representing Fiji in 36...
    Date: 30th June 2015
    Litia Katy, a daughter’s story
    Litia Katy, a daughter’s story
    From a young age, Litia Katy aspired to be a teacher. Shortly after enrolling at the Teachers College, she lost her father in a tragic accident. However, soon after her father’s untimely passing, the family was visited by a BSP Life’s Sales Advisor, informing them that her dad had in a life insurance cover. Through...
    Date: 20th April 2015
    Kisaia Bogi, a mother’s story
    Kisaia Bogi, a mother’s story
    For Kisaia Bogi her family was everything. Unfortunately, her husband Aminio Lagoia tragically passed away at the age of 39 years. She was devastated knowing that life would be difficult raising her three daughters alone Fortunately for Kisaia and her daughters, her husband had invested in a life insurance policy with BSP Life a few...
    Date: 26th March 2015
    Nanise Vulaono -2nd Runner Up – Individual Category Award
    Nanise Vulaono -2nd Runner Up – Individual Category Award
    Nanise Vulaono used to be employed at Mana Island resort as a waitress before she moved to Suva after her marriage. “I realised that my husband’s pay cannot cover all our bills and food for 2 weeks” said Nanise. She learned the skills of sewing from her parents who used to sew trousers and other...
    Date: 26th March 2015