28 June 2018: FNB Namibia's customers continue to save money and earn rewards as they shift their financial transactions away from branches to an ever-widening range of easy digital channels.
26 June 2018: Saving and investing has become an important aspect of our lives. More so than before, we need to look at innovative ways to grow our money.
23 May 2017: FNB Namibia has pledged an amount of N$ 35 000 towards the upcoming Oshakati Totem Expo. Toivo Kalla Area Sales and Service Manager of FNB Namibia explained that this expo speaks to culture diversification and was a representation of family clans and the perseverance thereof. "Culture is the foundation of one's identity and it is very important that it is well preserved and documented for the current and future generation to know where they come from and where they're going to.
Shareholders have been advised via SENS to take note of the following documentation referenced to a proposed name change of the Namibian holdings company.
19 May 2017: Namene Kalili, Research Manager, Strategic Marketing and Communications has commented on a variety of issues affecting Namibia, inflation and pricing. Domestic inflation came in at 6.7% for April, continuing the downward trajectory from the 8.2% inflation shocker in January.
16 May 2017: Mothers deserve a lot of credit for the variety of life lessons thy teach children; including guidance on finances. "We believe that a woman who has a bank account can take care of herself and her family," says Elzita Beukes, FNB Communications Manager.
15 May 2017: In an effort to consistently educate customers, FNB Namibia would like to share some advice with customers about honouring debit orders.
On 20 April 2017: FNB CEO, Sarel van Zyl and His Worship the mayor of Oshikuku, Mbockoma Mungandjera offcially opened the FNB Oshikuku agency. In his address, Sarel van Zyl said that Oshikuku, and the greater Omusati region had been the radar of First National Bank for many years since the bank had set up its first representation there in the form of its first ATM.
On 20 April 2017: FNB Namibia welcomes Justus Hausiku as non-executive director to the Board of Directors of First National Bank of Namibia Limited and FNB Namibia Holdings Limited. Hausiku is currently the Executive Chairman and co-founder of the Arch Group of Companies.
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