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Code of Banking Practice

Managing our relationship with you

All banks which are members of the Banking Council are committed to
maintain the standards of fairness set out in the Code.

What this is

Keeping relationships healthy

The Code of Banking Practice (the Code) deals with the various banks' relationship with their customers in South Africa.

The Code provides valuable safeguards for customers and helps individuals understand how banks are expected to deal with them. Copies of the Code are available from the member banks and from the Banking Council.

There is only one version of the Code of Banking Practice available:

View the Code of Banking Practice - commencement date 1 January 2012


The Ombudsman

Mediating between the parties

The Ombudsman for Banking Services ('Ombudsman') deals with unresolved complaints between a client and their bank.

The Ombudsman does this by investigating complaints by members of the public, mediating between the parties to the dispute, and, where the mediation is not successful, making recommendations for the settlement of the complaints

Ombudsman Requirements

  1. The complaint must be in writing
  2. The complaint must have been formally lodged with FNB and the customer (you) must be unhappy with the response
  3. FNB's official complaint reference number must be quoted as evidence that the complaint has been lodged

Complaints dealing with commercial decisions taken by our Bank, such as issues concerning credit and pricing, will not be entertained.