First Bank of Nigeria Limited
‘I have the requisite skills to rescue Zamfara from the precipice’
Mallam Dauda Lawal was until September 2017, the Executive Director, Public Sector Group, First Bank of Nigeria Limited, a bank he joined as a manager in 2003. Now, he wants to become the governor of Zamfara State....
FBN chairman, Awosika, charges government to promote youth empowerment schemes
The Chairman of First Bank of Nigeria Limited, Mrs Ibukun Awosika, has charged government at all levels to empower youths in the country. Awosika stressed that any nation that is not empowering its youths and consciously investing in its next generation is not a serious country. She gave this charge at the inaugural festival to…
Microsoft, First Bank partner to empower small businesses
Microsoft and First Bank of Nigeria Limited are collaborating to empower and create an enabling environment for small businesses, as a way of furthering technology adoption, skills and capacity development amongst Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Nigeria.
FirstBank introduces contactless Naira MasterCard
First Bank of Nigeria Limited, has announced the introduction of the Contactless Naira MasterCard, added to its array of debit cards, to promote convenience, ease of transactions and the security of funds.
Firstbank, firm host fiesta
First Bank of Nigeria Limited, has again partnered with Eventful Limited, to drive Nigeria’s food economy through its sponsorship of the third edition of the Fiesta of Flavours, a world class food and beverage fair, which ended weekend in Victoria-Island, Lagos.
FirstBank provides secure cash transfer services
First Bank of Nigeria Limited in effort to providing bespoke and accessible banking offerings to its teeming customers is making money transfer services available nationwide to provide customers with alternative transaction channel...
FirstMobile app offers customers increased daily transactions
FIRST Bank of Nigeria Limited has announced increased transaction limits on its FirstMobile Lifestyle app to a maximum daily limit of N150, 000.00 without the use of a token, and a total daily transaction limit of N1, 000.000 (One million Naira).
Evolution of a banking giant
First Bank of Nigeria Limited (FirstBank), established in 1894, is the premier bank in West Africa, Nigeria’s number one bank brand and the leading financial services solutions provider in the country. The bank was founded by Sir Alfred Jones, a shipping magnate from Liverpool, England. With its head office originally in Liverpool, the bank commenced business on a modest scale in Lagos, under the name, Bank of British West Africa (BBWA).