FirstBank has developed an array of products and solutions targeted at enabling schools acquire attractive educational facilities to support their business whilst empowering parents and guardians to seamlessly send their wards back to school.
First Bank of Nigeria Limited is joining the rest of the world in celebrating the 2017 Global Money Week to engage children and youths on the rudiments of financial literacy.
First Bank of Nigeria Limited has increased transfer transaction limits on its FirstMobile Lifestyle app from N500,000 to a maximum daily limit of N1 million.
First Bank of Nigeria Limited is pleased to launch a dedicated bespoke solution for women-led undertakings and initiatives – FirstGem for Women – which will provide enabling opportunities for women to achieve their financial goals and aspirations.
Uber Nigeria’s innovative used-vehicle finance partnership with FirstBank paves way for driver-partners to grow their businesses
Uber Nigeria today announced that it is now making low-interest, used-vehicle loans available to its top-rated driver-partners.
First Bank of Nigeria Limited and FBN Merchant Bank Limited have partnered The Nigerian Economic Summit Group to host the 22nd Nigerian Economic Summit (NES#22) with the theme: ‘Made in Nigeria.’
First Bank of Nigeria in partnership with Ebony Life TV, Africa’s first Global Black entertainment and lifestyle network has launched a filmmaking reality TV show titled FirstStars.
The FirstEdu loan is targeted at private Nursery, Secondary and A-Levels schools. The product offers opportunity for private schools to access flexible funding to meet urgent cash flow needs, replace old furniture and equipment, as well as refurbish dilapidated buildings and classroom blocks.
Moody's Investors Service has today assigned first-time ratings to Zenith Bank, Guaranty Trust Bank, United Bank for Africa, and First Bank of Nigeria, four leading Nigerian banks that account for approximately 48% of the country's banking assets.
The African Development Bank, AfDB, has approved $350million loans to First Bank of Nigeria and FSDH Merchant Bank Nigeria to boost import-export activity of local enterprises.