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Finance and Banking with a Heart that provides Affordable Convenience and profitable financial services is what the Teachers Savings and Loans Society (TISA) will be delivering in the months ahead through it’s new business arm called TISA Community Finance (TCF), In front of a packed audience of shareholders, guests and the business community, TISA officially launched TCF at the Crowne Plaza with their catchy slogan “Reaching Out to Communities”.
“Financial Institutions can be profitable without being greedy, and this is what TISA will be striving to deliver good affordable convenient financial services that will extend not just to teachers but to the wider community”, said CEO for TISA Michael Koison.
Richard Busby will head TCF as the CEO and reminded the business community that they (TCF) will be visiting each and everyone in a bid to forge working relations; he also extended his gratitude to PNG Weightlifter Dika Toa for being the Brand Ambassador who turned out to support the launch after the long TISA campaign on television commercials featuring her calling out to Papua New Guineans to What’s Coming Next?, with TCF the exciting new end product of that campaign.
With humble beginnings in the late 1970’s TISA has grown from a K3 Million financial institution business to over K570 million savings and loans society and with the new addition of the TCF not only teachers get to benefit from the services as this has now been extended to the wider community targeting those that are tired of being hit with high interest rates leaving them with less benefits.
The launch of the new TCF will add to TISA’s already existing 16 branches throughout the country including the head office and saw the past meeting with present and the future as the launch showcased the origins, the history and the future of TISA’s ever evolving evolution as it undertakes to put the heart back into finance and banking.
Pictured TISA Board Members, TISA CEO Michael Koison, William Varamari, TCF CEO Richard Busby, Gabriel Tai, Sam Nalong and Francis Samoak
Story Via PNGFM & PNG Today