Holy Spirit Primary School gets new tanks

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 BSP Board of Directors with Holy Spirit Elementary and Primary School students and teachers in front of the new tanks.
BSP Board of Directors with Holy Spirit Elementary and Primary School students and teachers in front of the new tanks.

Bank South Pacific (BSP) through its staff, continue to deliver community projects aimed to enrich communities, leave lasting changes and add value in education, sports, health and environment initiatives.

While in Madang over the weekend, BSP Board Members took the opportunity to visit the Madang Holy Spirit Elementary and Primary School to officially open the community project that had been undertaken by the staff of BSP Madang branch.

BSP Chairman Sir Kostas Constantinou OBE officiated at the opening and handover ceremony where he commended the school principal Gabriel Banglang, his staff and students for their assistance during the course of completion of the project, which involved the installation of three 5000L water tanks and taps for the students at the school.

Sir Kostas stated that this tangibly reflects BSP’s commitment to our communities, one of BSP’s core values. With schools such as Madang Elementary and Primary School, this is also one way in which BSP can contribute to the development and well-being of the future leaders of PNG.

The community projects undertaken by BSP, are executed through every branch in PNG and in every country that BSP operates in. The work is carried out by staff on a voluntary basis as their contribution to the community.

The Holy Spirit Elementary and Primary School, has supported BSP in its community initiatives and operates in the heart of Madang town. With over 2000 students attending school, the school administrations see the need to ensure that there is enough clean water to support the school population.

 School Principal Gabriel Banglang, thanked the Bank for choosing the school.


BSP is a major commercial banking and finance group across PNG, Fiji, Solomon Islands, Cook Islands, Samoa and Tonga with assets of approximately PGK18.2 billion.

In PNG, the BSP Group holds approximately 50% market share in both loans and deposits.  With a significant presence across the Pacific BSP’s growth potential has always been likely to come from acquisition or line-of-business investment opportunities.

BSP views itself as a major PNG and South Pacific banking and finance entity, with a strong regional business, and has pursued a diversification and expansion strategy, to seek out both geographic and business line opportunities of economic size and merit.

The BSP Group employs 4000+ people across PNG and the South Pacific and services more locations and provides more ways of convenient banking in PNG than any other bank.

  • 70+ Branches
  • 13 Premium Service Centres
  • 42 Sub Branches
  • 400+ Agents
  • 400+ ATMs
  • 12,000+ EFTPoS

We are not just a Bank and not just a Brand. We are people, we are culture, we are friends, we are changing lives. We are BSP. We are Community.

And so is our interest in the future with our continued and growing investment in a diverse range of a total of 45 community projects for 2016 and health and well-being programmes designed to help others grow.


Stephanie Waide | Manager Public Relations & Communications
+675 305 7618 | swaide@bsp.com.pg
Yesieli Nohou | Public Relations and Communications Officer
+675 305 7193 | ynohou@bsp.com.pg