Credit Cooperation SI Ltd commemorates 12 years


CREDIT Cooperation Solomon Islands Limited (CCSIL) has celebrated its 12th   year of establishment in the Solomon Islands yesterday at the Heritage Park Hotel in Honiara.

Articulated at the commemoration ceremony on Wednesday night Managing Director for CCSIL Mr Tony Langston point out CCSIL continues to engage and delivering a very important role in the Solomon Islands economy since its inception in 2005.

“Basically it functions to deliver attractive and competitive financial services to individuals, organisations, small businesses and commercial customers and it is well positioned to continue the same in the future.

“The company is now mounting up and we thinking of acquiring a ne w building to operate in and also it has effective control measures enforced by the business,” he expressed.

He added the company’s long-term plan is to extend their services to operate in provinces, however, at the moment they only have one branch here in Honiara with eight fulltime employees.

It was incorporated as a company in July 2005 and on the same year on the month of September it did registered under Central Bank of Solomon Islands (CBSI) and commence its operation.

The mission of this corporation wants to be known as a great company to invest in, to work in and to form a strategic alliance with, in order to underpin the prosperity of the Pacific Nations and also with a vision to become a leading financial institution assisting in developing the aspirations of all the Pacific Island Nations.

Its values including integrity, customer commitment, maintaining highest standards in all aspects of business and building s strong ,honest and motivated employees group.

Present at the commemoration ceremony are the Sir Wilson Kamit chairman for CC in Papua New Guinea Tor Bowen Chief Executive Officer (CEO) for whole CC which operated in the Pacific islands and also he is the CEO CCSIL, their clients, companies and other business houses.

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