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FNB, First National Bank in South Africa, is one of the top banks in this country. First National Bank is part of the First Rand Group. FNB has subsidiary banks in Mozambique, Swaziland Namibia, South Africa, Botswana, Tanzania and Zambia.

FNB say that they are the oldest bank in South Africa and they trace their roots back to the Eastetern Province bank that came up back in 1838!

In the year 1998, a merger took place where the financial services of the Rand Merchant Bank Holdings and Anglo American merged to form FirstRand Limited.

As a result, the First National Bank was delisted from the Johannesburg Stock Exchange and became a wholly owned subsidiary of FirstRand, which was then listed on the JSE on 25 May 1998.

Services that FNB Provides

The bank provides the following services to its customers:-
- Personal banking
- Private banking
- Business banking
- Commercial banking
- Corporate banking services

Jobs at First National Bank

The FNB is part of the the FirstRand Group that also includes Rand Merchant Bank and WesBank. First Rank Bank believes that people are their most important resource and in line with this they look for people who are self starters with a passion for what they do. Are you one of them?

The people they employ are held accountable and those who do well are rewarded appropriately. They are always in search for people that have talent that share the values that the bank has.

One can apply for vacancies that are available by visiting their official site , registering and applying for the available vacancies.

Learnerships At FNB

Learnerships offer you a good opportunity for you to learn theory and at the same time get experience on the job. The internet is a good starting point for you to search for learnership vacancies at FNB.

There are also a number of search engines and job sites where one can look for learnership jobs. Such sites include
- Indeed.co.za
- Gumtree

All the best as you search for learnership jobs at FNB.

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