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FNB Botswana Mogoditshane Branch Officially Opened

Publishing Date : 09 October, 2017

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First National Bank Botswana (FNBB) officially opened a new branch at Point Mall in Mogoditshane. The launch was officiated by the Minister of Finance and Economic Development, Honourable Kenneth Matambo.


The Bank, which has renewed its focus on customer-centricity, is making an effort to make banking easier and more accessible to more Batswana. The opening of a branch in Mogoditshane is in line with the Bank’s expansion plan of increasing our footprint country wide, in the interest of serving a wider customer base.

FNBB CEO, Steven Bogatsu emphasised the importance of investing in infrastructure to make banking comfortable and convenient. “Taking banking to the people has always been a top priority at FNB, because we endeavour to save customers money and time spent travelling to another location to access banking facilities. Mogoditshane is a vibrant peri-urban location with vast business opportunities hence a need for a Bank that offers suitable solutions”, said Steven Bogatsu.


Mogoditshane Branch boosts a number of quality services such as the self-service zones where customers can view their accounts and print statements, Internet banking Kiosks, ATMs and ATMs with Deposit. All these modern facilities are part of the bank’s effort to continue to offer enhanced services in response to local demand, hence making banking more flexible and convenient for customers.


FNB’s investment in infrastructure has seen the opening of Mogoditshane Branch, Mochudi Branch and the recent relocation of Kanye and Mahalapye Branches to a more spacious location and the refurbishment of the Gaborone Industrial Branch.
In addition to a growing branch network, FNB’s eSolutions such as Cellphone banking, ATMs with Deposits, FNB App and Internet banking allows the Bank to reach all corners of Botswana with ease. 

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