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Mrs. Yemisi Edun

12 Oct
First City Monument Bank (FCMB) has won a platinum award and best participating financial institution with most impact on Total End-Borrowers Financed 2020 at the Service Ambassadors' programme organised by the Development Bank of Nigeria (DBN) in Lagos, recently.
31 Aug
About 500,000 farmers and vulnerable people in Nigeria's Northeast zone can now access farmer-friendly and demand-driven financial services as a result of the partnership between First City Monument Bank's (FCMB) and Mercy Corps, a frontline international aid organisation.
13 Aug
For improved business processes and consistent delivery of quality products and services to customers, the Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON) has validated First City Monument Bank's (FCMB)
8 Apr 2019
To deepen financial inclusion, retail and mobile banking segments of the industry, First City Monument Bank (FCMB) has launched a new product called FCMB Easy Account, with telephone numbers of the customers becoming the account numbers. Described as banking made accessible to all, with exception of the first digit in the telephone number, the account is…


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All is set for the return of the Lagos International Film Festival dubbed LIFF 2021. Founded in 2008 by notable Filmpreneur, Madu Chikwendu, as a festival that demonstrate a concern to improve the world through movies..
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