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4:10
Friday

Nedbank may follow FNB in closing crypto-currency accounts

The big four bank says it is in the process of assessing its position in respect of virtual currency dealers or traders.

1:20

Local outlets back SA-made smartphone

Mara Phones can be purchased from more local outlets, including two of the big-four banks.

2:20

FNB expands ‘scan to pay’ capability

The bank is in the process of adding more QR code payment channels, after introducing the function earlier this year.

1:40

FNB adds Limpopo to roll out smart IDs, passports

The bank expands the service for smart IDs and passports to its customers in Limpopo.

6:40
Dec 6, 2019

Local banks unite in crackdown on fraudulent debit orders

After implementing the DebiCheck electronic authentication system, local banks are witnessing positive results.

4:50

Disappointment as FNB locks out crypto-currency accounts

Local exchanges react to the bank’s decision to close crypto-currency-linked accounts due to the risks the digital currencies present.

4:20

FNB intros in-app SME business coach

The bank delivers an education and knowledge platform with content designed to help entrepreneurs run and grow a business.

1:40

FNB brings estate planning online

The bank now lets customers draw up their own wills via its online banking platform.

4:20

No branch closures at FNB, says CEO

First National Bank CEO Jacques Celliers shares details about the bank’s digital drive, saying branch closures are not part of its strategy.

5:30

How SA's big banks plan to tackle digital newcomers

Although welcoming competition in the market, the incumbent banks are watching the new players closely.

2:00

FNB adds shopping functionality to app

The bank allows its customers to shop for tech and gaming appliances via its banking app.

2:00
Mar 26, 2019

Billions sent via FNB eWallet

Over R12.8 billion was sent via eWallet transactions in the six months between July and December 2018.

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