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Firstmonie Agents Transact Over 1 Billion Transactions, Reinforces Firstbank’s Leading Role In Promoting Financial Inclusion In Nigeria

04 August, 2022

First Bank of Nigeria Limited, Nigeria’s premier and leading financial services provider has announced that its agent banking network – Firstmonie Agents – spread across the nook and cranny of the country has collectively processed transaction volume in excess of 1 billion, amounting to over 22 trillion naira. The Bank currently has over 180,000 Firstmonie Agents, spread across the country’s 772 Local Government Areas.


22 May, 2022

 In collaboration with Interswitch, FirstBank has launched a promo to reward users of the FirstMobile app, its industry-leading mobile banking application. The promo tagged FirstMobile Cash-out Promo will run for 3 months. The promo, which started on Monday, 21st March 2022 will end on Tuesday, 21st June 2022.

The idea called FAM in professionalism

13 May, 2022

Have you met someone who left such a strong impression on you, professionally, that you immediately began to think of how you could plant yourself in their professional world so you are never far away – professionally speaking? If you have not, then you may not be familiar with FAM.

First Bank Wins big At International Investor Awards

29 April, 2022

Nigeria’s premier banking institution and leading financial services inclusion services provider, First Bank of Nigeria Limited has won two awards: Best Bank in Nigeria 2022 and Best Banking Digital Transformation Nigeria at the International Investor Awards 2022, a print and online publication that provides insights, news and visual informative pieces with topics ranging from world markets, investing opportunities, industry analysis and so much more. All content is dedicated to the global investment community that wants to take a step ahead.

In Nigeria SMEs, Firstbank’s SMEConnect Portal lead at all fronts

31 January, 2022

Over a hundred years since banks came into Nigeria, services rendered to small and medium scale businesses were limited to core banking services and transactions. However, those that cared to look further were able to stand the test of time, reinventing themselves with cutting edge financial services that remain key to sustaining its relevance to not just its host communities but the global community.

FirstBank rewards customers in transact and win promo

19 January, 2022

Getting rewarded for spending money is a dream that is probably going to remain exciting for many people, but not for the Firstmonie Wallet users. In a two month Transact and Win campaign that started on November 22, 2021, First Bank of Nigeria Limited is rewarding several customers for carrying out transactions on its Firstmonie Wallet application.


18 December, 2021

In the spirit of providing enabling opportunities for families of its customers and other stakeholders to come together to celebrate, live better and achieve their dreams, FirstBank – through its yearly DecemberIssaVybe campaign – has unveiled  the 2021 calendar of events as it reiterates its impact on the arts and entertainment industry.

FIRSTBANK Dazzles customers with exciting prizes

12 December, 2021

Users of Firstmonie Wallet, the mobile-friendly wallet application by FirstBank are in for an exciting time as they are being rewarded for their continued patronage of its services in a two-month campaign, tagged Transact and Win promo which started on Monday 22, November 2021. 

FirstBank, others partner to reposition non-oil export for economic growth

30 November, 2021

First Bank Nigeria Ltd. says it will leverage its vast experience in supporting trade businesses, especially the SME to support the Federal Government’s efforts to diversify the revenue base of the economy.

U.K. Eke Retires From FBN Holdings Amidst Encomiums

28 October, 2021


The board of FBN Holdings Plc (FBNHoldings) has appointed the immediate past managing director of Fidelity Bank Plc, Mr. Nnamdi Okonkwo as its group managing director following the retirement of Mr. U.K. Eke, who has completed his two-term tenure.

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