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Consumers in the dark about disability insurance

Consumers who have little or no disability cover in place could face financial difficulties in the unfortunate event of disabilities that often result from accidents or illnesses such as diabetes, heart attacks, depression, mental health, stroke, cancer and back pain, amongst others. Approximately 30% of FNB Life customers have some form of disability cover. However, […]

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FNB holds ‘strongest reputation’ in banking sector

For a third year in a row, First National Bank (FNB) leads with the strongest reputation within the South African financial banking industry. This was according to the 2017 RepTrak Pulse Survey™ released earlier this week. FNB ranked well in the dimension drivers of Products/Services, Innovation, Workplace, Leadership and Performance. Measured via an online representative […]

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Thought leadership: Towards a cashless society – Financial inclusion and consumer safety through digitisation

Use of hard cash as a percentage of total global payments is steadily declining but the key driver of its supply and demand is the consumer’s propensity to adopt alternatives such as digital transactions. The use of legal tender such as coins and notes has been declining in mature first world economies since the 1990s […]

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What happens when you pass way without a Will?

When a person passes on without a Will, they forfeit the privilege of deciding what should happen to their estate and the estate gets allocated in terms of pre-determined legislated guidelines, known as Intestate Succession. In other words, that person has no say in how the estate should be apportioned. Vijay Morarjee, CEO of FNB […]

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Home loan application is approved – what next?

Once you’ve found your ideal property, made an offer and gotten your home loan application approved by the bank, the most crucial step to follow is registering and moving into your dream house. Dr Simphiwe Madikizela, Head of Special Projects at FNB Housing Finance, says “On average the property registration process takes about three months […]

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Money mistakes the youth must avoid

Young people should make wise financial decisions early in life to ensure they are not impacted by financial missteps committed in youth. Eunice Sibiya, Head of Consumer Education at FNB, says “There’s nothing as exciting as getting your first salary and realising that earning an income opens up many possibilities. However, this should also be […]

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