FNB supports Zambezi fish protection project

FNB Namibia, through the FirstRand Namibia Foundation Trust has supported the Sikunga Fish Protection project in Zambezi with a total amount of N$775,000 to curb illegal fishing, over a three-year period. 

FNB linked with rugby sponsorship

FNB Namibia could soon be unveiled as sponsor of the Namibia Rugby Premier League that has been without a benefactor since 2013 after MTC ended its eight-year relationship with the Namibia Rugby Union in 2012.

FNB expects tourism figures to stagnate

FNB Namibia has said that overall performance of the tourism industry is expected to come in at -13.9 percent at the end of the year when compared to last year, unless third and fourth quarter numbers register unexpected high levels.

RMB proud of SS Nujoma funding

RMB Namibia says it was a proud witness to the recent official inauguration and naming of Debmarine’s sixth vessel, the SS Nujoma. RMB Namibia is a member of FNB Namibia group. 

FNB warns about malware attacks

FNB Namibia has urged the public to exercise caution as a malware attack, called “WannaCry ransomware” that has been infecting computers and extorting money from its victims worldwide since Friday last week, causes havoc.

Customers first on FNB care system

FNB Namibia says its customer care system has helped in streamlining the logging and management of customer compliments, complaints and queries.

FNB pays N$300m for Pointbreak, EBank

FNB Namibia is estimated to have paid around N$300 million to acquire, Pointbreak and EBank, estimates and calculations by IJG Securities have shown.
The total purchase consideration has yet to be disclosed but IJG estimated it to be in the region of N$300 million.

FNB introduces renewable energy loan

FNB Namibia has introduced a Renewable Energy Loan to customers through which they will be able to purchase renewable energy products such as a solar geyser. The renewable energy loan will be in the form of a personal loan over a maximum term of five years (minimum 12 months) depending on affordability. 

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