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The Future League Graduate Programme


About the programme

International Graduate Programme

Selection process

Meet our grads



The Future League Graduate Programme


About the programme

An induction into the world of FNB

As an FNB Grad, you're going to be spending a lot of time with us, so it's best you know the ins and outs of what really happens at FNB. To make sure you're in the know, you spend three weeks in the "Welcome" department. Here you learn about the way FNB works and the everyday runnings, like the FNB Intranet, dress code, your payslip and medical aid. This is the time you get to network with your fellow graduates, your managers, HR and all the CEOs.

Team building

Just as any period comes to an end, the Graduate period is closed off at a weekend finale conducted at an amazing venue. Here you get together with the Grad Team to reflect and acknowledge the journey you've made so far. It's a weekend made of memories that will stay with you after you have become part of the Elite Grad Alumni.

Training

We get it, you're at the top of your student game, but there's so much to learn. For your first six months as an FNB Graduate you'll be trained and learn valuable skills that will be vital in the future. But you're not in it alone, all training is done in groups, which is great because you get to catch up with your fellow grads that are getting their own jobs done in their own fields. Some modules covered are Project Management, Interpersonal Skills, Presentation Skills, Business Writing and more.

Service Channels Project

One of the first big tests you'll face is the Service Channels Project, but you've got this. This project is handed to you within the induction period. You'll split into teams and engage with various FNB branches (their managers and staff), as well as visit our contact centres and ATMs. This is the first time as a graduate that you'll realise your work with us is taken extremely seriously, some of our previous graduates came up with eWallet and other innovative projects, so we're always keen to hear what you have up your sleeve.

Graduate Project

Now here's your final big test, but it's a great one. The Graduate Project is done in groups. Each group must source a project that needs to come to life before November of your Grad year. You present it to stakeholders and customers of FNB and the Top 3 innovations are awarded prizes, which range from trips to Cape Town and Sun City to name a few. Furthermore, if your project is truly impressive you can even log it on to the bank's Innovators Program, where you can contend with the best of the best for prize money up to over a million bucks! Every idea counts with us, it's what keeps us ahead of the other financial institutions so we love to be wowed.


APPLICATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED AND WILL OPEN MARCH 2017.



The Future League Graduate Programme


FNB International Graduate Programme

The FNB International Graduate Programme is just like the South African programme and all international graduates take part in the same training, team building and projects.

The International Programme is open to students from the following countries:

  • Zambia
  • Botswana
  • Namibia
  • Swaziland
  • Lesotho
  • Tanzania
  • Ghana
  • Mozambique

You will be seconded to FNB South Africa during the first year of the programme, and in January, the following year, you will join FNB in your home country.



The Future League Graduate Programme


Selection process

Here's the nitty gritty about how to get onto the Future League Graduate Programme.

Apply online

You'll have to apply online by submitting your CV and full academic results (applications open between March and August annually).

Shortlisted for assessments

If shortlisted, you will be invited to take part in an assessment. You can't prepare for it, it's simply aimed at assessing potential.

Grad team interview

If you are successful through the assessment process, you are invited to take part in the interview with the graduate team.

Business interview

Successful candidates' applications are sent to business units for selection and then the final business unit interview takes place.

Offer

If the business interview is successful, you will be made an offer to join the bank in the specific unit in particular.


Simple as that.


Meet our grads


We love our people who live our values

Sinenhlanhla Njoko

Accounting/Finance

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Eugene Nyawo

Computer Science / IT

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Rishaladza Ndleve

Actuarial Science / Maths & Stats

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Michael Simelane

Engineering

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Meet our grads


Accounting/Finance

Name: Sinenhlanhla Njoko

What degrees did you complete and at which university?

MSc Agricultural Economics at the University of KwaZulu-Natal

When did you join FNB?

January 2015

What is your role at FNB?

Business Relationship Analyst - Agric Portfolio

What does a Business Relationship Analyst do?

Being a Relationship Analyst is all about analysing credit data to estimate degree of risk in extending credit or lending money in support of a broader client relationship. It's also about managing the growth of active customer account base. More than anything, the job title entails converting identified leads into successful sales.

What are the highlights and challenges of your job?

Above all else, the highlight of my job is the client interaction. When I first started, I was very nervous and afraid to communicate with clients because I knew nothing at all about banking and thought clients would be intimidating, but the clients were amazing! Yes, university equipped me with the theoretical side of engaging with clients, their financials and all the different enterprises but the practical is so exciting!

If you are a person who places much value on comfort, then this job is definitely not for you as it completely throws you out of your comfort zone. Each day comes with its own challenges, disappointments and victories and that is the fun part. Yes, you never think you are ready, just like you weren't ready for high school and driving a car for the first time but after completing the task, that's when you realise just how ready you were.

Meet our grads


Computer Science / IT

Name: Eugene Nyawo

What degrees did you complete and at which university?

BSc Information Technology degree from the University of Johannesburg (UJ)

When did you join FNB?

December 2014

What is your role at FNB?

I currently work as a Business Analyst

What does a Business Analyst do?

As a Business Analyst, my job is to gather and analyse business requirements and complete process mapping. I assist with solution design and consulting and most importantly, I have to ensure that the final solution meets the business need.

The highlights and challenges of your job

Some of the highlights of my job include networking and working with awesome people and having the opportunity to make a difference in the organisation. Another one is being able to relate IT in the banking industry.

A challenge has been to work with a wide variety of stakeholders that can sometimes be quite difficult customers.

What does a typical hectic day look like in your job?

Most of my day is taken up by meetings, and I also have to make time to catch up with the development team. The rest of the day is dedicated to something simply called 'making things happen'.

Meet our grads


Actuarial Science / Maths & Stats

Name: Rishaladza Ndleve

What degrees did you complete and at which university?

BSc (Actuarial Science), BSc Hons (Actuarial Science) from University of the Witwatersrand

When did you join FNB?

January 2015

What is your role at FNB?

Actuarial Analyst in Savings and Investments.

What can you tell us working at FNB?

Innovation is in the DNA of the FNB culture and it has continuously required me to challenge and reinvent myself. FNB has provided a platform of support, sharpened my technical analysis skills and allowed me to nurture and develop my people skills. These, I believe are all essential at the beginning of one's career.

What does your job entail at FNB?

I make use of actuarial concepts to analyse the total book of Savings and Investments. This involves post and predictive analysis on customer and balance behaviour. Insights gained from this interesting analysis are used to inform strategic decisions for Savings and Investments as well as the bank.

What has been a highlight and challenge within your time with FNB?

A highlight has been the growth in my knowledge base, skills and realising non-traditional use of actuarial knowledge. A challenge has been the move from a theoretical to a fast-paced, practical environment and needing to learn new skills such as coding.

Meet our grads


Engineering

Name: Michael Simelane

What degrees did you complete and at which university?

Bachelor of Engineering in Industrial Engineering at the University of Pretoria

When did you join FNB?

January 2015

What is your role at FNB?

I am a Process Engineer for FNB Premium Core Technology Solutions.

What does a Process Engineer do?

A Process Engineer analyses and documents processes with the aim of introducing process visibility and process improvement. I document processes and mainly work as a System Architect for a Data Centre Infrastructure Management (DCIM) system.

The highlights and challenges of your job

The highlight was being part of a Data Centre Reengineering project, and assisting with energy audits for some of the FirstRand buildings. The challenge but great part about the role is that there is a steep learning curve.

What does a typical hectic day look like in your job?

For most parts of 2015, it was juggling between energy audits, process documentation, supervising construction, and optimising our DCIM system. Working in a critical environment also means there's a load of responsibility, which means a lot of growth on my part.

FNB internship


Purpose

The aim of the IT Internship is to create a pipeline of staff with scarce skills relating to information technology. The initiative is based on a one year fixed-term contract, with the potential for full-time employment on successful completion of the programme.

Training

As part of the internship you will complete 3 months classroom-based training and an international exam. You will then spend 9 months at FNB in an IT role to gain on-the-job work experience. On successful completion of the programme, the business will have the option to offer you employment.

Minimum entry requirements

To qualify, you will need to have a Grade 12, an IT degree or IT diploma and be a South African citizen. Preference will be given to ACI candidates.

Application process

Applications will be opened annually from the beginning of June until the end of July. All applications need to be submitted electronically through the website.

Shortlisted applicants will be invited to take part in two assessments during August and September.

Should you be successful in the assessments you will be requested to participate in a business interview. Final decisions and offers will be made in October and the programme will start in January the following year.

FNB Future League Week


You're ready for the big time, you know you've got what it takes, but what's waiting for you in the corporate world?

At FNB Future League... you'll find out

FNB Future League gives you, the student who wants more from a career, the opportunity to experience FNB across various disciplines and most importantly, gets you an insider's glimpse of what it would be like to work at FNB. Here we'll show you how your specific studies are put into practice.

We select the students who are going places on an assessment and their academic performance. We then split the students into groups based on studies such as quantitative, IT, engineering and commerce.

Each group jumps straight into the deep end at FNB (but don't stress we're there to help you swim). They visit Business Units applicable to their specific skillset, for example actuarial students meet actuaries and IT students go to places like FNB Online, eWallet, Connect, etc.

Each business unit lets you know about what a student would be doing within FNB, oversees the groups and what career opportunities lie ahead. It's a truly hands-on approach and we're there to help. At the end of the FNB Future League Programme the unit will assess the students, and who knows, you may just land your dream FNB job that you take up once you graduate. Now that's a kick-start to your career.

But as they say, "that's not all". In the evenings, students meet past graduates, managers and they even rub shoulders with the execs, learning what it's really like within a company as innovative as ours.

And at the end of it all, the student groups will be put to the test, but we don't mean a sit down, pick up your pencils test. It's a test that shows us what you're made of while having fun and showing what a team player you are, because that's what we're all about, teamwork.

The Future League sessions are part of the graduate programme experience and take place in June and July annually. You need to be in your penultimate or final year of studies to qualify. To be invited submit your application between 1 March and 30 June.

Bursaries


Funds for those with focus

So you may not have the funds to complete your studies, but you sure have the dedication and skills. Well, then the FNB Bursary Programme is for you. It provides top-class students with the funds they need to complete their studies of commerce and science degrees.

We don't expect you to pay back the funds or work it back either, it's simply a way we at FNB contribute towards developing future leaders.

Think you've got what it takes?

Get in touch with a bursary service provider.

With so many strong academic students with limited resources, we realised there was a great need for access to tertiary education. That's why we've partnered with only the best bursary service providers who will offer deserving students the education, mentorship and support they need.

Bursary service providers

African Scholars Fund

Further Education and Training Colleges
www.asf.org.za
021 689-9094

Career Wise

Commerce, Science and Engineering
www.careerwise.co.za
011 484-7505

Rural Education Access Programme

Commerce, Science and Engineering
www.reap.org.za
021 696-5500

SAICA Thuthuka Bursary Fund

Accounting only
www.saica.co.za
086 107-2422

South African Actuary Development Programme

Actuarial Science only
www.saadp.co.za
011 642-2202

Study Trust

Commerce, Science and Engineering
www.studytrust.org.za
011 726-5604

Tertiary School in Business Administration

Bachelor of Business Administration
www.tsiba.org.za
021 532-2750

CA Programme


Get ready for the CA big time

There are CAs and there are FirstRand CAs. We want the exceptional CA recruits, the ones who go out and get it done. Who see a challenge and tackle it. Our CA Training experience will help you establish your career and give you entrepreneurial skills you need to soar within the FirstRand Group.

You + FirstRand, well that's a team

Three years of articles

Exposure to core areas of experience as prescribed by SAICA

  1. Financial Accounting and External Reporting
  2. Financial Management
  3. Taxation
  4. Audit, Risk Management and Governance
  5. Professional skills
  6. Management decision making and control

What to expect

In the three years of articles, you will gain essential life-skill building experience. And by being placed on a rotation between various entities of FirstRand Bank, you'll gain knowledge across a vast range of sectors. It's hands on, fastpaced and a challenge, just what our CA candidates are looking for.

Rotations where training takes place

  1. FirstRand Bank Internal Audit
  2. FirstRand Bank Tax
  3. FNB Retail Bank (FNB HomeLoans, FNB Investment Product House, FirstCard)
  4. RMB Global Markets
  5. RMB Central Finance
  6. RMB Investment Banking Division
  7. WesBank, to name a few

Do you make the cut?

The CA Training Programme is open to applicants who have completed a BCom Acc (Hons)/CTA degree. Applicants who are in the final year of BCom Acc (Hons)/CTA, may also submit applications which must be received prior to the closing date of 31st August.

These applicants, in the event that they are successful in the recruitment and selection process, and have passed their BCom Acc (Hons)/CTA examination, will be made offers to commence training at the beginning of the following year.


Meet our FNB'ers


Jerrard Kaira

Business Intelligence Developer

Candice Martin

FNB Business Segment

Khathu Ramoliko

Executive Assistant

Mark Nasila

Head of Advanced Analytics Business Unit

Meet our FNB'ers


Business intelligence

Name: Jerrard Kaira

When did you join FNB?

December 2014

What is your role at FNB?

Business Intelligence Developer at Cash MIS, Cash Delivery, Point of Presence

Describe your career at FNB

My career at FNB has been educational. This being my first official employment has taught me a lot about the corporate world and the role that I have to play. I am currently a Business Intelligence Analyst/ Developer, this role is vital to the survival of my business unit as we track the business progress by collecting data from the business functions and apply logic to the data in order to present the current state of the business to management so that they can make strategic decisions.

The challenging part of this job is the steep learning curve, you have to know the entire business operations before you can apply any business logic and the technology used is also very challenging and quite complex to understand. The constant challenge that I face though, is to continue to be innovative and challenge the current processes in place, in order to be more efficient.

Describe the culture of FNB

The culture at FNB is the best to say the least. FNB is a corporate organisation but it's a corporate organisation that does things very differently. Everyone is easy going and the focus is on work rather than dress code and micro management. Working flexi hours is a plus, this increases my productivity because I work at hours I feel most productive as opposed to fixed hours, like most companies.

What do you need to succeed at FNB?

To succeed at FNB you need to constantly invest in yourself through education. FNB does provide useful training courses that can make you much more desirable as a candidate. But the most important factor to succeeding at FNB is creating a network. Your network is your net worth, from my experience you are more likely to get to the next step of your career if someone recommends or refers you.

Meet our FNB'ers


Talent sourcing

Name: Candice Martin

What degrees did you complete and at which university?

MSc Agricultural Economics at the University of KwaZulu-Natal

When did you join FNB?

31 March 2012

What is your role at FNB?

FNB Business Segment - Talent Sourcing

Please describe your career at FNB

I am a fiercely dedicated Talent Sourcing Lead for the FNB Business Segment. I started out my career at FNB as a Talent Sourcing Specialist back in 2012. My love affair with all things recruitment has assisted me in identifying and placing exceptional talent in FNB. During my four-year tenure I have had the opportunity to gain extensive exposure across various business units and segments including EasyPlan, Homeloans, our Centre of Expertise (COE) as well as HR Shared Services (HRSS). What I most enjoy about my role is finding and introducing game changers in the external market to a world-class employer. I don't only get to meet fascinating people but I get to change many South African lives by simply doing my job. At FNB you get the opportunity to 'write your own job description' so whilst my core function is sourcing talent I am also involved in many other innovative business projects which diversify my portfolio, strengthens my knowledge of the business and its requirements, increases my accountability to the organisation and keeps me motivated to outperform myself.

How would you describe FNB's culture?

FNB has a unique culture. It is built on the power of relationships and collaboration in the achievement of excellence and innovation. While we love what we do and take what we do seriously (but we don't take ourselves too seriously), this allows us with a safe space to come up with new ideas and fresh ways of doing things. Our people are committed to working together to achieving extraordinary results and we all truly live by the mantra, "how can we help you". Regardless of where you are in the business there is a strong sense of family and this provides us with a sense of belonging and accountability.

What does it take to succeed at FNB?

In order to be successful at FNB you have to be enthusiastic and passionately curious about your craft which will directly translate into a solid delivery track record over time. We are a people-based organisation which means we have an accountability to each other to be reliable and conscientious in all we do. Other qualities that we look out for in future FNBers is a courageous spirit coupled with a can-do, will-do attitude which not only enables our business strategy but helps us achieve what was once un-imaginable. Most of all we look for people who want to make a significant difference in their field and are prepared to but be diligent enough to achieve it.

Meet our FNB'ers


Executive assistant to group executives

Name: Khathutshelo (Khathu) Ramoliko

What degrees did you complete and at which university?

MBA, PDM (Post Graduate Diploma in Management) and BSc Economic Science all from Wits University

When did you join FNB?

January 2009

What is your role at FNB?

Executive Assistant at FirstRand Group Executive Office

Please describe your career at FNB

I am a committed and highly focused leader and strategist with experience, skills and specialty in financial services, analytics, strategy development and implementation, product design, product management, rewards and non-interest pricing.

I hold an MBA, PDM (Post Graduate Diploma in Management) and BSc Economic Science all from Wits University. I have held various roles in product and pricing with my latest role being one of Executive Assistant to the FirstRand Group Executives (CEO, Deputy CEO and CFO). As a result, I have a unique ability to manage multi-disciplinary projects and departments as well as navigate complex challenges.

My current role as Executive Assistant involves providing strategic support to the office of the Group Executives which includes producing strategy documents, board reports, presentation materials and briefing documents on behalf of the group executives; assisting Investor Relations with results activity, including presentations, financial reporting and investor meetings; and analysing business and investment reports and providing feedback.

This role offers me high-level exposure to the strategies and operations of the entire FirstRand group, strategic decision making, business, finance and stakeholder management.

As a Pricing Manager and Head of Pricing I have worked on a number of revenue enhancement initiatives in South Africa and in its mature subsidiaries in the rest of Africa. I have also setup new pricing for FNB's subsidiaries in the rest of Africa like Ghana and Tanzania.

As Product Manager I managed various cheque/current account products in the FNB world embarking in a number of product redesign and process efficiency projects. A notable project I worked on is the re-branding project that FNB embarked on to re-launch FNB Private Clients and launch the new FNB Private Wealth segment.

My passion is helping to grow and empower young South Africans to make a success of themselves and make a difference in their communities in any way they can.

How would you describe FNB's culture?

The FNB culture is one where everyone feels accountable and empowered; this is driven by the owner-manager culture of the group, the relatively flat structures and our leaders not taking themselves too seriously as everyone is able to contribute to the success of the company through influence as opposed to positional power. People are motivated by making a positive difference in our customer's lives and this comes through in how we work together to innovate in whatever we do.

What does it take to succeed at FNB?

Taking initiative and going the extra mile are for me key in succeeding at FNB. However Sifiso Mthembu (Previous HR Executive at FNB and now FirstRand Human Capital Executive) shared the below characteristics of a successful FirstRander (including FNB of course) at a recent conference I attended and these resonated with me and so I would like to share them here:

  • 1. Above average mental aptitude
  • 2. Humility (not taking oneself too seriously)
  • 3. Ability to traverse big picture and detail with ease
  • 4. Quick-off-the-mark implementer (bias for action)
  • 5. Consultative yet decisive disposition
  • 6. Solid delivery track record
  • 7. Ability to influence and build relationships
  • 8. Accessibility and less reliance on positional authority
  • 9. Knowledge of and ability to access critical career developmental milestones
  • 10. Understanding of the paramountcy of sponsorships for career success

The only addition to this exhaustive list from Sifiso that I could add which was mentioned by one of the founders of FirstRand and current chairman, Laurie Dipenaar, is that FNB'ers Care, a lot... we care for the quality of our work, for our customers and for those we work with.

Meet our FNB'ers


Analytics

Name: Mark Nasila

What degrees did you complete and at which university?

PHD (Mathematical Statistics) 2014, NMMU; MSc. Cum Laude (Mathematical Statistics) 2008, NMMU; BSc. Hons (Mathematical Statistics) 2007, NMMU

When did you join FNB?

September 2010

What is your role at FNB?

Head of Advanced Analytics Business unit, Chief Risk Office Segment, First National Bank

My present role has several functions which include

Leader and driver of state-of-the art data mining tools and analytical methodologies to drive improved decisions. Support deep mining analytical projects to promote growth and business development. Provide insight into customer, cardholder and transactional behaviour using a variety of predictive models, segmentation strategies, optimisation algorithms and data mining analyses. Act as an information expert, developing pro-active analytics for both internal and external clients. Meeting with the businesses to suggest analytic solutions to business problems. Design solutions and work with businesses to pilot/evaluate/implement/maintain/evolve solutions. Act as expert on sound statistical practice and provide guidance to businesses, as needed, to determine methodology, sample size, test and learn strategies, etc. End-to-end analysis and implementation of projects, as needed, including development of predictive models, conducting various types of research and statistical analyses and deep dives into the data. Participate in team discussions on emerging methodologies, share code, advise and mentor other colleagues and present findings or updates at meetings.

How would you describe FNB's culture?

FNB has a flat and open structure which allows you to identify opportunities across the group. This type of structure not only enables you to interact and get exposure to different aspects/areas of the business, but to also identify opportunities where you can add value with skills you are good at. Practically, this couples with the training and academic support allows you to manage the growth of your own career. From a personal perspective this has allowed me to use my skills across the group which include collaborating with several areas to be able to apply my skills. The support for training and academic growth allowed me to pursue my PhD and finish it within 3 years while working at the same time. The skills acquired have equipped me with knowledge on solving different analytical problems in the bank. The structure gave me an opportunity to have a mentor (Christoph Nieuwoudt FNB Chief Risk Officer) who I now report to, to guide me in using my skills to adding value to business as well as and directed me to areas where my skills were relevant. The culture has allowed me to interact with several stakeholders such as Jacques Cilliers (FNB CEO), Christoph Nieuwoudt, Sizwe Nxedlana (FNB Chief Economist), Raj Makanjeee (CEO FNB Premium), Gordon Little (FNB Chief Financial Officer) and others who have made me understand how my skills add value to the business.

What does it take to succeed at FNB?

The culture and structure of FNB is an already prepared recipe for success. It is your responsibility to identify your area of interest and to identify the right people to work with to ensure their objectives are met. This involves assessing yourself, assessing what you are good at, assessing what you are not good at, to be able to receive training or support and identifying the right opportunities to add value. In summary, one has to identify their areas of strength, their weaknesses, identify the right people to work with and work hard towards a specific course. Working hard also involves not giving up when things seem impossible or discouraging.

Life at FNB


Be part of the future. Be part of us.


Voted one of the most innovative banks in the world*, we look for talented, focused individuals to help keep our brand at the top.

What we offer


Banking is serious, be part of the fun

The Future League Graduate Programme

The Future League Graduate Programme

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Internships

A fixed one-year contract with potential for full-time employment

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Future League Week

A sneak peak into a career at FNB

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Bursaries

If you have dedication + skills we'll support you to complete your studies

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CA Programme

Get on-the-job training + learn exceptional skills

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Current vacancies

Careers in banking innovation

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Philani Potwana

Product head, FNB Loans

''FNB is full of opportunities and we are all allowed to come with ideas that solve the lives of our people.''

Mia Cloete

Graduate trainee, Savings + Investments

''Not just a corporate, not just a bank, not boring! It's simply a place where employees are driven to help people, colleagues and customers, in the innovative ways, and you get paid doing it!''

Meet our FNB'ers


Here's the challenge, are you up for it?


We don't ask much. Just that you're hardworking, talented, driven by a challenge, enjoy a constantly changing environment, are curious, courageous, innovative, creative, a team player and a problem solver.

In short, if you have the talent, help yourself to a career at FNB where it will be given the opportunity to blossom. And who knows? One day you too could be part of a great management team.

Meet our FNB'ers

Look forward to going to work


Enjoy the freedom of moving in the fast lane. This is what we promise top talent.

Space to make a difference

Get a career not just a job, make a meaningful contribution



Work that is challenging

Work on ideas that help shape the new world of banking



Opportunities to innovate

Live and breathe innovation



Flexibility

Own and manage your contribution



What we're all about


An innovative financial services provider


Our Culture

At FNB, the "owner manager" culture is at the core of how we do business. Smaller, more agile groups of businesses means we're more flexible, able to react more quickly to situations and are more competitive - while also emphasising collaboration. And while we have an entrepreneurial drive to action, we're never arrogant.

Our Values

We guard our values jealously, as does everyone who works at FNB, because we understand their importance in maintaining the culture of our bank.

Our Values are:

  • I'm helpful
  • I'm effective
  • I'm innovative
  • I'm ethical
  • I'm accountable

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