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“contact-us” business directory provides you quick and easy access to FNB contact details and call centre.
For your convenience, “contact-us” business directory uses a virtual phone number to transfer your call directly to the FNB call center. (call will be charged at R2.85 per minute)
Please note that “contact-us” business directory does not represent or relate to FNB.
“contact-us” business directory will not be responsible for the actual content and/or services and/or the quality of services provided by FNB.
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FNB Was formed in Grahamstown in 1838, the oldest bank in South Africa. FNB operates as a division of FirstRand Bank Limited.
The history of FNB stands particularly in two things: First, which are the story of survival in South Africa that capture different circumstances and have posed many great challenges. Second, the story of people that always been firmly influenced by the needs of the people they serve.
A landmark development in FNB’s history took place in 1998 when the financial services interests of Rand Merchant Bank Holdings and Anglo American were merged to form FirstRand Limited. In the process, FNB was delisted from the JSE on 22 May 1998 to become a wholly-owned subsidiary of FirstRand, which was listed on the JSE on 25 May 1998. On 30 June 1999, the banking interests of FirstRand formally merged into a single entity to form FirstRand Bank. FNB, WesBank and RMB now trade as divisions of FirstRand Bank.
FNB’s growth story and serve as its inspiration to continue to innovate, improve, and reach out beyond its African’s customers.
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