In light of the peak election period this country is at, Kina Bank customers can withdraw up to K20,000 which incurs a fee of 1%.
Kina Bank executive general manager of Banking Lesieli Taviri said at this period of time and leading into elections, Kina banks robust customer cash requests process will remain the same.
Ms Taviri said customers wanting to withdraw large sums of money are encouraged to call their local branch 24 hours beofre visiting the branch.
Kina Bank while striving to be the country’s leading digital bank, aspires to make banking convenient for its customers, Ms Taviri said the bank has guidelines and processes put in place to safeguard the interest of its customer and monitors unwarranted issues that may hinder the banking process.
“Our plans to build financial inclusion and offer banking services outside of Port Moresby continues to grow.
“Part of our strategy is to increase our branches, deliver service Hubs for SME customers, respecting the country’s cultural values based on relationships and a brand that is part of the community to stimulate competition and choice,” Ms Taviri said.
She said Kina Bank’s next branches in Popondetta and Maprik are being finalised and likely to open in the later part of the year.
“Where MiBank has a presence, we will be executing under a co-branding model.
“Our first co-branded branch with MiBank will be opened in Alotau in mid-June.
“We look forward to supporting these branches in Popondetta (Northen Province), Alotau (Milne Bay Province) and in Maprik district of East Sepik Province,” Ms Taviri said.
She said in terms of partnership, they continue to work with alltheir business partners and explore opportunities that create dual benefit, value for their customers, partners and stakeholders.