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Public Notice: Win a trip to Auckland Campaign delayed

In our BCI Vaka Debit Mastercard Campaign, we advertised the 2 winners will be drawn on Monday 3rd December 2018.  To ensure our eligible Customers transactions are fairly captured, BCI has chosen to delay the draw to allow processing of transactions up to the 30th November 2018, by our card partners and merchants. The winners will now be drawn on the 10th December 2018 and after they are notified, BCI will announce the winners here, on our Facebook page.  We are very sorry for this delay and wish for your understanding, and encourage our Customers to please private message us if you need further specific clarification.

Meitaki Maata

 

 

Bank of the Cook Islands supports humanitarian society

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The people's bank - Bank of the Cook Islands is proving to be a bank that puts people first!

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BCI sets sail to bright banking future

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The Bank of the Cook Islands set its vaka on a course to a brighter banking future on Thursday night unveiling the new BCI Vaka Debit MasterCard.

Bank of the Cook Islands managing director Vaine Nooana-Arioka was presented with a certificate in honour of the partnership between BCI and Co-Op Services NZ

Bank of the Cook Islands managing director Vaine Nooana-Arioka was presented with a certificate in honour of the partnership between BCI and Co-Op Services NZ

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Second Guest Speaker Revealed

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Air New Zealand Chief Sales and Commercial Officer Cam Wallace.

Mr Cam Wallace, Chief Sales and Commercial Officer of Air New Zealand receiving a commemoration plaque
 

Introducing Sir Michael Hill

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The man behind the famous brand Michael Hill Jeweller will soon be
touching down in Rarotonga.
   

Local people, local bank... some things just go better together