77 customers of Fidelity Bank share N110m promo wins
About 77 customers of Fidelity Bank Plc, who emerged winners in its Get Alert in Millions Season 3 promo shared cash prizes of N110 million.
Fidelity Bank to enhance shareholders’ value through digitisation
Fidelity Bank Plc has assured shareholders that they would reap greater return in this 2019 financial year, as the lender’s sustained investment...
Fidelity Bank grows profits by 30.6% to N25.1 billion
Fidelity Bank has announced an impressive financial result for the year-ended December 31, 2018.The performance, which capped a remarkable year, showed strong growth in gross earnings, profits and other key financial indicators.
Fidelity Bank promotes saving culture, rewards customers with N18m
Poised to consistently promote saving culture in Nigeria, Fidelity Bank Plc, has rewarded its customer with a total of N18 million cash prizes in the “Get Alert in Millions Savings Promo (GAIM).
More millionaires emerge at Fidelity Bank’s promo
About 12 persons across the six geo-political zones were rewarded with N18 million, comprising N3millon, N2million and N1million wins, as well as 18 consolation prizes, during the draw for Fidelity Bank’s Get Alert In Millions (GAIM) promotions.
Fidelity Bank promises digital innovations as 13 customers get N16m
Fidelity Bank Plc said it has raised stake in its digital innovations, a move aimed at entrenching convenience, affordability, reliability and lifestyle in customer service, as well as supporting the goals of financial inclusion.
Bank, three officials to be arraigned for alleged cybercrime
For alleged stealing and cybercrime, a bank (name withheld) alongside three of its officials will be arraigned on January 15, 2019...
Fidelity Bank grosses N139 billion in third quarter
Fidelity Bank Plc’s nine-months results for the period ended September 30, 2018, showed a 6.9 per cent rise in gross earnings to N139 billion from N130.1 billion reported in the corresponding period in 2017
Investors’ wealth depreciate by N105b in three trading days
Following persistent sell pressure on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), equity transactions continued on a downward note yesterday, as investors wealth depreciated by N105 billion in three trading days. Specifically, the market capitalisation of listed equity dropped by N105 billion or 0.9 per cent to N11.837 trillion from N11.942 trillion at which it opened for…