Banks in Fiji

ANZ, Bank of Baroda, Reserve Bank of Fiji, Westpac, Fiji Development Bank, and BSP are some of the major banks in Fiji.

Established in 1880, ANZ is the largest bank in Fiji. ANZ in Fiji banking segments include: Business Banking and Retail Banking, Markets/International Trade Services, Risk, Credit, Operations and Human Resources.

Bank of Baroda commenced its operations in Fiji on 5 July 1961 by opening the first branch in the premise at Mark Street, Suva. The Bank expanded to the western side of the country by opening another branch in second city at Lautoka on 14 June 1963.

Reserve Bank of Fiji (RBF) is the central bank of the Pacific island country of Fiji.The Bank has five different groups namely Economics, Financial Markets, Financial Institutions, Currency and Corporate Services and Financial System Development and Compliance.

Westpac in Fiji offers a range of overseas banking services including various personal and business loans, bank accounts, Internet Banking, term deposits and overseas transfers.

The Fiji Development Bank played an important role in developing the various economic sectors of the country. It provides loans in Agriculture & Small & Medium Enterprises (SME), Corporate Loans and Micro Loans.

BSP Fiji (formerly known as Bank of South Pacific Limited) is one of the largest and most successful banking organizations in the South Pacific. In October 2010 BSP is the first corporate company in Fiji to sign the National Employment Centre agreement with the Government of Fiji.

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