First National Bank Ghana Limited is delighted to announce the launch of the first-ever cash rewards programme in Ghana that rewards customers for everyday non-cash transactions. Cardholders who use their Visa debit cards to make purchases (transaction on POS machines and online card purchases) will earn back a percentage of the transaction amount.
Accra, Ghana; 9 January 2018 - First National Bank has appointed Hannah Annobil-Acquah as Head of Retail Banking. Hannah brings on board a wealth of experience in retail banking, having worked in various functions in the sector for over a decade.
27 November 2017 - First National Bank, a division of FirstRand group, (which is the largest financial institution in Africa by market capitalisation) has been adjudged The Most Innovative African Bank at the 2017 African FinTech Awards for the second year in a row.
13 October 2017 - First National Bank is promising its customers some exciting times in the months ahead with its innovative products and multiple banking channels. The move the bank explained is to delight its customers and let them enjoy the first-class banking associated with it in countries that it operates.
09 October 2017 - The move to make payments simple and convenient is evident in First National Bank's Geo Payment offering. A Geo Payment is an electronic payment that enables customers of First National Bank to send and receive money when in proximity to other customers of the bank.
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African FinTech Awards 2016
First National Bank (FNB) was honoured last night at the 2016 African FinTech awards by walking away with the coveted title of "Most Innovative Bank in Africa". Part of the annual Finance Indaba, these awards recognize and reward innovative and disruptive FinTech companies that have originated in or are primarily focused on Africa...
22 September 2017 - Toma Imirhe and Elorm Desewu examine how one of the latest banks to enter the Ghanaian market is taking a profoundly different approach which stands to change the very nature of bank-customer relationships in the country.