Make the process of receiving funds from abroad simple and straightforward. Remember to give the sender the FNB SWIFT code: FIRNZAJJ. This will assist them in making an international payment to your FNB account.
When a sender from abroad is transferring money to you; whether it's for goods purchased, freight, or any other reason; we make it easy and convenient to convert the funds into your FNB account.
Once FNB receives the payments, and you have accepted the rate, the funds will be credited to your cheque account.
If you receive these funds on a regular basis, you can provide FNB with direct authorisation to convert these funds on your behalf at a competitive rate immediately. This is known as a Standing Instruction.
A Standing Instruction can earn you up to 50% back in eBucks for funds received in foreign currency on the transaction charges.
Receive an inContact message once FNB has received your funds from abroad
Pay competitive fees and receive personalised exchange rates when receiving foreign currency payments from abroad via Online Banking
Manage your global payments anytime, anywhere via Online Banking
Manage your Global Payments and Receipts via Online Banking
Earn up to 50% back in eBucks on the transaction charges when sending or receiving foreign currency via Online Banking or the FNB Banking App
Confirmation of your payment will be emailed to you upon completion
As an Authorised Dealer in foreign exchange, FirstRand and its divisions (including RMB and FNB) are required to report cross-border customer transactions to the South African Reserve Bank. This system of reporting is called balance of payments reporting or BoP reporting for short.
When doing cross-border transactions refer to the balance of payments category codes listed below.
Note that some codes also have additional sub-category codes.