Taken from an article in the Fiji Times.
ANZ's newly appointed managing director Pacific business, Mike Guerin, is confident about Fiji's economy. Mr Guerin believed Fiji is benefiting from a stable economy with a healthy property and tourism sector.
Along with continued business confidence and private sector investment, that meant the future looked good for Fiji.
Mr Guerin was visiting Fiji last week as part of a program to meet with staff and customers to gain a greater understanding of the business.
In Fiji, ANZ's largest business in the Pacific, the bank continues to lead the way in the provision of financial services and community initiatives. It's rural banking model is the only one of its kind in the world and its success is evident in the 52,000 rural customers it has acquired in just over a year.
The bank said that it will continue to increase its investment in Fiji through the introduction of new products and services, developing its local staff and increasing its contribution to the community.
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