16 September 2021 Positive results lead to a rebound in transactional activity, a growing customer base and a robust migration to FNB's digital platform. FNB CEO Jacques Celliers, shares his thoughts on the bank's solid earnings growth for the year ending 30 June 2021.
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02 September 2021 As a purpose-led brand, FNB continues to push and redefine boundaries on what 'help' means to customers and society. This accolade is testament to the evolution of FNB to become more than just a bank, but rather a trusted financial services and lifestyle partner to their customers.
26 August 2021 With an FNB Shares Zero Account, customers can begin or expand on their journey of share ownership by investing in global stock markets while paying no monthly account fees.
25 August 2021 Matlhodi Leteane, Head of Operations at FNB Fiduciary, encouraged women to take control of their financial destiny by assessing and quantifying their current and future assets and utilising a professional to put together an estate plan.
17 August 2021 With the highly popular range of ETNs previously launched by FNB in 2020, the bank now looks to the expansion of their new ETNs having a value-added Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) overlay, with the same low minimum investment of just R10.
10 August 2021 FNB's customers can now purchase smart devices over a 24-month repayment period via the FNB App - made possible by FNB Connect.
29 July 2021 With the success of FNB's graduate programme over the years, FNB's CEO Jacques Celliers explores how investing in high-quality local talent can inspire economies and businesses to unlock innovation, growth and social upliftment.
26 July 2021 FNB recognises the significant impact that the unrest has had on individuals, businesses, and regional economies of KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng. This comes at a difficult time when South Africa is still grappling with the health and economic impact of the Covid-19 global pandemic.
22 July 2021 With FNB maintaining its prime lending rate at 7%, the bank's CEO Jacques Celliers praises SARB's decision to keep rates unchanged, enabling consumers and businesses to find relief.
13 July 2021 The devastating pandemic and subsequent lockdowns have reinforced the importance of saving for unforeseen emergencies and unplanned events. In order to accomplish this, as South Africans, we need to identify our personal savings goals and invest our extra funds in the appropriate savings vehicles.
07 July 2021 Head of Growth at FNB Fiduciary, Johan Strydom, touches on the three distinctive phases of financial needs that family members face, after a loved one passes away. He also explores how your life insurance should be able to support these phases.
07 July 2021 CEO of Public Sector Banking, Sipho Silinda touches on the demise of cheques in South Africa and the steady increase in the use of digital payment channels.
29 June 2021 FNB Economist, Thanda Sithole, is confident that a solid cyclical economic growth rebound is underway and South Africa is on a slow road to recovery.
28 June 2021 In the true spirit of help, FNB leadership, together with RMB, assisted Charlotte Maxeke Academic Hospital with repairs after half its property caught fire in April.
24 June 2021 Bobby Madhav, Head of Trade and Structured Trade and Commodity Finance at FNB, gives his views on fuelling South Africa's long-term economic recovery.
23 June 2021 South African youth (aged 18-34) are estimated to account for roughly a third of the country's population. At FNB, we believe that an early start to understanding effective money management will prepare them for a prosperous financial future. We want the youth to embrace, celebrate and inspire positive change through a deeper understanding of how they can achieve financial freedom and eliminate debt. Sometimes it's the smallest change in behaviour that makes the biggest difference.
21 June 2021 With DebiCheck being rolled out by all major banks, Head of the Commercial Transactional Pillar at FNB Commercial, Laura Deva shares her thoughts.
17 June 2021 Head of franchising at FNB Commercial, Morne Cronje shares on the challenges of growing a franchise network post Covid-19.
14 June 2021 Senior Agricultural Economist at FNB, Paul Makube, shares his thoughts on South Africa's well-established disease and pest management regime, as well as the overall risks involved.
10 June 2021 CEO of FNB Commercial Property Finance, Preggie Pillay and his team, urge SMEs to consider solar energy as a viable investment to help combat the losses experienced during power interruptions.
08 June 2021 Vaughan David, CEO of Cash Investments: Business at FNB, offers SMEs pockets of wisdom around cash flow management and how the FNB Business Call Account can cater to their specific needs.
07 June 2021 #TheChangeables celebrates and inspires positive change across Africa. In the spirit of change, FNB is also launching a refreshed design across its range of bank cards that will be made available to customers at no additional cost.
03 June 2021 FNB is keeping monthly account fees unchanged for business customers across the board for the third year running.
03 June 2021 FNB is keeping monthly account fees unchanged for business customers across the board for the third year running. Some transactions are also free or reduced - read more about how FNB helps business save every month.
03 June 2021 The new FNB Aspire bank account for middle-income customers will replace the current FNB Gold account. With the new bank account, customers can pay their account fees by using eBucks via the FNB App.
27 May 2021 For a fourth consecutive year, FNB has been voted as the most valuable banking brand in the 2021 Brand Finances South African 50 report, leading with a brand value of R22.1 billion.
03 May 2021 2021: Money Market funds and savings account are instruments used by investors and savers, looking to grow wealth in a risk averse manner. There are however key differences in the various savings solutions that investors and savers need to be aware of.
20 April 2021: FNB set a new norm for handling customer data in the South African banking industry. Customers can now update and manage their personal and business details to ensure compliance via a secure financial platform.
13 April 2021: Supporting your children with their physical, emotional, social, financial and intellectual development from a young age is critical before they mature into adulthood.
25 March 2021: Johannesburg: Following the South African Reserve Bank's (SARB) decision to keep the repo rate unchanged, FNB will similarly maintain its prime lending rate at 7%.
23 March 2021: FNB has made significant strides in supporting and becoming more relevant to community-based businesses. To reaffirm its commitment, FNB has acquired 100% of Selpal - a fintech company that operates specifically in townships and rural sectors of the economy.
18 March 2021: Practicing healthy money habits and adjusting how you do your everyday banking can go a long way in stretching your money further for your short and long-term goals. Over the years, FNB has been on a journey to help its customers to better manage their money through cost-effective financial solutions, a broad range of safer banking channels and meaningful value through eBucks, the best rewards programme in the industry.
11 March 2021: The first of March 2021 ushered in a new tax year for South Africans, which means it's a good time to invest some time and thought into how you put in place a well-considered money management plan for the coming 12 months.
11 March 2021: In many ways the Covid-19 pandemic brought out the best in mankind. At the height of the pandemic, people and organisations demonstrated levels of care and empathy that exceeded anything we have witnessed in recent history.
04 March 2021: First National Bank's (FNB's) performance for the six months to 31 December 2020 reflects some improvement in the operating environment despite sustained pressure on consumers and businesses due to Covid-19 and the related lockdown measures.
18 February 2021: Money matters and finances continue to be a widely talked about subject. The pandemic has not only been onerous and taxing on everyone's lives, but it has also created undue financial pressure on households globally.
18 February 2021" Money matters and finances continue to be a widely talked about subject. The pandemic has not only been onerous and taxing on everyone's lives, but it has also created undue financial pressure on households globally.
10 February 2021: In 2020, the Bank offered digital platform -based Cashflow Relief to individuals and business customers, covering 700 000 agreements with loan balances in excess of R100 billion. FNB Life assisted with R300 million worth of Credit Life claims for customers who sadly were retrenched.
08 February 2021: 08 February 2021: A well-considered offshore investment or share trading strategy is an effective way of diversifying a portfolio geographically which, as the increased market volatility created by Covid-19 has demonstrated, should be a non-negotiable component of any investment strategy.
02 February 2021: eBucks is South Africa's leading rewards programme that has spent the past 20 years driving good banking behaviour and rewarding customers. To date, customers have redeemed R13.3 billion in eBucks through a network spanning 30 partners nationwide.
26 January 2021: FNB Life is rapidly transforming life insurance and providing digitally-led platform insurance solutions. FNB Life is the only insurance provider in South Africa that uses Home Affairs Data to proactively pay-out claims.
21 January 2021: With interest rates remaining unchanged, FNB CEO Jacques Celliers points out that although the Covid-19 pandemic continues to impact our society, there is room for relief if we all do our part.
19 January 2021: FNB was recently awarded top honours for both the mobile Banking App as well as the Internet Banking categories by SITEisfaction. See how the bank is further increasing its focus and investments on technology and data platforms to assist customers in 2021.
11 January 2021: This year, FNB is increasing its focus on building even more trust and further assisting their customers to thrive - despite increased economic uncertainty.
04 January 2021: FNB's market-leading approach to providing helpful and contextual financial solutions to support business customers has been recognised through the accolade of Global SME Bank of The Year at the Global SME Finance Awards Ceremony late in 2020.
28 December 2020 By 1 January 2021, individual consumers and businesses will no longer be able to cash cheques in South Africa. This follows a joint announcement by the SARB, FSCA, PASA and BASA which confirmed that the issuing and acceptance or collection of cheques will cease from 31 December 2020.
09 December 2020: Employees are challenged to constantly think differently, therefore innovation is embedded in their DNA - the longstanding Innovators programme showcases and celebrates platform innovations.
01 December 2020: Following the overwhelming response to the listing of Exchange Traded Notes (ETNs) on its platform, FNB is expanding the list of international companies available by adding Adobe, Ford, Activision Blizzard, Berkshire Hathaway, Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, PayPal and Visa.
19 Novermber 2020, Johannesburg: Following the South African Reserve Bank's (SARB) decision to keep interest rates unchanged, FNB confirms it will keep its prime lending rate at 7%.
09 November 2020: FNB has launched its latest edition of innovative nav» Smart Tools on the FNB App to help customers manage their money better through dynamic budgeting; as well as facilitating access to market and creating a digital marketplace for FNB-banked SMEs in the home services category.
28 October 2020: FNB announced as the SME Bank of the Year at the Global SME Finance Forum Virtual awards ceremony held on 27 October.
26 October 2020: FNB and the Shoprite Group have expanded their partnership by allowing FNB Easy Pay As You Use and Smart Option account holders to replace lost or stolen bank cards in more than 700 Shoprite and Checkers stores across South Africa.
13 October 2020: SA Rugby and FNB confirmed on Tuesday that the South African banking giant has extended its sponsorship of the Springboks for a further five years.
7 October 2020 First National Bank (FNB) has announced that individual consumers and institutional investors in South Africa will now have an opportunity to get exposure to shares from as little as R10 in some of the world's best performing companies such as Amazon, Facebook, Apple, Microsoft, Netflix, Tesla, Coca Cola and Alphabet which owns Google
28 September 2020 - Building a balanced and well diversified portfolio is the aim of every long-term investor, but it can be easier said than done. Building your wardrobe is a far less daunting topic than building a portfolio, however both share similar characteristics.
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05 October 2020 Many people still don't see the value of having a valid Will. However, the COVID 19 pandemic has encouraged people to pay more attention to their estate and assets. According to FNB, over the course of lockdown there has been an increase in the number of people who are taking interest in drafting or updating their Will.
17 September 2020 Following the South African Reserve Bank's decision earlier today to keep interest rates at their previous level, FNB confirms that it will maintain its prime lending rate at 7% and will review its position following the next SARB MPC meeting.
10 September 2020 First National Bank (FNB) presents it's annual results for the financial year ending 30 June 2020. The Bank acknowledges that the year has been very hard for many due to an economy that was already struggling before COVID-19, escalating health risks as well as financial difficulties for both customers and businesses.
02 September 2020 FNB has taken the top spot in the 2020 BrandZ Top 100 Most Valuable brands South African report. The report highlights that FNB is valued atR46.4 billion($2.8billion) and has risenin brand contribution with increased equity in all measures, and particularly in meaning and salience.
30 July 2020 FNB has launched its new brand campaign calling on all South Africans to rally behind local business to help rebuild the economy.
29 July 2020 FNB is expanding its digital payments ecosystem by launching a Virtual Card for individuals and businesses customers.
28 July 2020 Covid-19 lockdown regulations coupled with store closures have resulted in several consumers returning to online shopping for essentials products and services.
23 July 2020 Following the South African Reserve Bank's (SARB) decision to cut its lending rate by 0.25%, FNB will be reducing its prime lending rate to 7% from 7.25% with effect from Friday 24 July.
22 July 2020 At the beginning of this year, nobody could have predicted just how economically challenging the year 2020 was going to be.
Johannesburg, 16 July 2020 The stock market can be volatile, but it's a market that many people will delve into at some point in thier lives whether diretly buying shares or through their employer retirement saving fund.
16 July 2020 FNB Life is extending credit life insurance benefits to cover a portion of cashflow relief instalments for customers who already have credit life insurance. Under normal circumstances, customers pay an additional amount to extend insurance cover, however the provider is extending this benefit to protect quialifying customer against the financial impact of COVID-19.
13 July 2020: In the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic coupled with millions of South Africans going hungry daily due to adverse economic conditions, Grain Care and FirstRand SPIRE fund, through RMB and FNB have launched a substantial grain campaign aimed at providing maize meal to vulnerable communities.
08 July 2020: FNB and RMB in KwaZulu-Natal are facilitating the donation of masks to 80,000 families from vulnerable communities of the province. The initiative (KZN Maskathon) is part of the bank's wider response to the COVID-19 pandemic and aims to extend protection to people who cannot afford quality masks.
Johannesburg, 07 July 2020: FNB today announced that it will be discontinuing the issuing of cheques by 01 January 2021.
Johannesburg, 06 July 2020: Goals whether short or long-term form the foundations of your everyday life and your financial plan.
03 July 2020: The recent global health pandemic has caused uncertaintyfor people, business and investment experts across the globe. With low levels of confidence due to poor economic outlook and market volatility,South Africans are urged to look at their investment vehicles to determine which will offer the best returns given the current circumstances.
03 July 2020: In 2019, the Master of the High Court confirmed that as many as 75% of estates reported, are for South Africans who died without a valid Will. However, Johan Strydom, Head of Growth at FNB Fiduciary says that this may be set to change as people become more aware of their own mortality under the COVID-19 lockdown.
03 July 2020: Equity market instability and low cash interest rates have left savers and investors, both locally and abroad, taking another look at government bonds as a potential area of investment.
24 June 2020: First National Bank(FNB) has been voted as the best digital bank in the 2020 SIEisfaction®. The bank dominated overall customer satisfaction metrics in the both the Best Mobile Banking and Best Internet Banking categories
17 June 2020: First National Bank becomes the first bank in South Africa to accept UnionPay Contactless Payment at its SpeedPoint Terminals
01 June 2020: FNB has expressed its gratitude to employees, customers and partners for donating funds as well as eBucks to the FNB bank account that was created to support the National Solidarity Fund.
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