Jacques Celliers says the bank expects its corporate staff will return to offices over time to a level where around 40% are on campus on any given day.
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First National Bank said on Thursday that it is looking to hire 300 technology professionals with expertise in areas such as software development and cybersecurity.
From free burgers and ride-hailing services to hip-hop concerts and discounted petrol: South African banks are going all out to win customers as competition hots up.
First National Bank said on Wednesday that it is introducing new functionality its smartphone banking app that will allow consumers to sign up for a bank account by taking a “selfie” in an entirely paperless process
First National Bank is taking the fight for entry-level banking consumers to Capitec, with the launch of its new zero-monthly-fee transactional bank account aimed at the unbanked and underbanked. eWallet eXtra, due
First National Bank’s deliberate move to aggressively shift transaction to its mobile app from other digital (and physical) channels is paying off handsomely. If recent trends are sustained – and there’s no indication that they
First National Bank has labelled social media banking as a passing fad but the bank has affirmed that it’s attempting to keep ahead of the technological curve. Absa recently launched ChatBanking
First National Bank has a new offering, Doc Trail, which allows its business clients to upload files onto their online banking system for record-keeping purposes. It is a value-add service that
First National Bank activated 4G/LTE on its mobile network on Monday without much fanfare. The move comes after the bank launched its own mobile network, FNB Connect, in June last year. FNB Connect is a mobile virtual network operator that makes use of
Gupta-owned company Oakbay Investments made contact with President Jacob Zuma and cabinet ministers to express its “deep disappointment” at banks closing its accounts, it was revealed in a leaked letter to staff on