FNB Premier Banking

By Staff Writer

 

    FNB Premier Banking

 

 

If you are above the age of 18 and earn an income of between R350 000 and R1 million per annum, Premier Banking offers you a dedicated Premier Banker who will address your financial needs enabling you to reach your goals, leaving you with time to enjoy the finer things that life has to offer. Premier Banking prides itself on the service provided to you via our Premier Bankers.

When joining Premier Banking, you will receive your Premier Banker's details and they will be your single point of contact within FNB.

FNB Premier banking offers a range of personalized services:

1. A Premier Banker:

Your Premier Banker will help you maintain control over your finances and together with specialists, will assist you to plan your finances for optimal growth, ensuring that you have all the help you need to make your banking life as simple as possible. You may contact your Premier Banker via email, telephone or by visiting a Premier Suite. Your Premier Banker will be able to address all your banking and informational needs and when necessary they can facilitate access to a range of specialists who will be able to assist you, ensuring that we provide you with exceptional service.

2. Your Premier Products

The Platinum Cheque Account and Platinum Credit Card recognise your status and offer you exclusive benefits. In addition to this, you can access asset financing, investment products and a variety of other products and services to meet your specific requirements.

3. Your Specialist Advice Services

Access a range of specialists through your Premier Banker who will give you advice varying from investments, trust services and retirement planning through to insurance.

Apply for FNB Premier banking here!

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