How to Apply for a First National Bank FNB Business Loan for South Africans
In today’s Npower Focus Group Business Finance Advice, we discuss how to apply for a First National Bank FNB business loan for South Africans to grow and grow your business. So let’s get straight to the point!
FNB is South Africa’s oldest bank and dates back to the Eastern Province Bank established in Grahamstown in 1838. Today, FNB is a division of FirstRand Bank Limited. As a financial institution, FNB provides personal, private, business, commercial and corporate banking services to millions of customers across South Africa.
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If you are looking for business capital to start or expand your business or are an ETF business account holder looking to raise capital to inject into a business for growth or expansion expansion, you can apply for these loans.
a. 6 months of revenue through an FNB Business account.
b. The business account must be in good standing.
vs. Maintain a good credit record.
D. Additional credit criteria will apply
Necessary documents :
a. Current FNB Business Account holder. If you don’t have an existing business account, open one.
How to register:
To apply for a First National Bank FNB Business Loan, please visit https://www.fnb.co.za/business-banking/business-loan/index.html
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