The team had some BSP time with the branch staff at Waigani Drive, assisting to open accounts and conduct Financial Literacy training for the players last Thursday.
The training aimed to provide basic knowledge on how to manage and invest money and financial education (FE) on Savings, budgeting and using the right banking products that will help in achieving personal savings goals.
BSP Banking Education Manager, Gabriel Nangile, said: "With the basic skills of budgeting and savings, we hope that we can help these men to be able to better manage money, and make more informed decisions when it comes to finance.
“We are quite pleased to be able to work with the Central Dabaris Rugby League Club.”
Central Dabaris Chief Executive Officer, Hubert Warupi, thanked BSP for the successful life skills program, saying: “The team is pleased with the presentation of certificates from this training and for the time.
“We want to promote responsibility in managing money and encourage basic savings, as part of the Dabaris Rugby League Club.
“We continue to encourage the boys to take what is shared and make wise decisions as sportsmen.”