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FBN Bank (UK)

FBN Bank (UK) logoFBN Bank (UK) Ltd is a wholly owned subsidiary of First Bank of Nigeria. The Bank is the London bank for Nigerians, either resident in the UK or simply visiting. FBN Bank also offers its expertise in all West African countries and provides a full range of financial services including Personal Banking, Property Investment, Wealth Protection, Private Banking, Current accounts, Loans, Mortgages, Fixed deposit contracts, Trade finance services, Treasury services, and Foreign exchange.

FBN Bank is a member of the Financial Services Compensation Scheme, which gives 100% protection for the first £85,000 of a depositor's total deposits.
These ads are not affiliated with FBN Bank (UK)
Headquarter London, UK
Key People Samuel Aiyere (CEO)
Head Office 28 Finsbury Circus, London, EC2M 7DT
Phone +44 (0) 20 7920 4920, +44 (0) 20 7826 3025
Official Site www.fbnbank.co.uk Website
SWIFT Code FBNIGB2L
Founded 1894
ID: 1663. Updated: 10.02.2020
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