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FNB – How can we help you?
13 August 2018; FNB is providing support to the Sharon Gordon Dignity Dream Organisation, an NGO whose mission is to sponsor girls and women in underprivileged communities with sanitary towels. The two entities have joined forces to distribute 6000 reusable sanitary pads to girls at various schools and Non-Profit Organisations across seven provinces. Lee-Anne van Zyl,...
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06 August 2018 – As conversation around women intensifies this month; we need to look at ways that will uplift not only ourselves, but the women around us. Whilst much focus is placed on empowerment, we need to also ensure that our financial wellbeing is secure and in good standing. “We rarely invest in ourselves financially,...
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08 August 2018: Individuals and families who are in the wealth creation phase of their financial lifecycle may be missing out on opportunities to increase their net worth by failing to unlock the full potential of their assets. Elize Giese, Regional Head for FNB Private Wealth says, unless you get a windfall or inheritance, there...
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30 July 2018: First-time home buyers often get consumed by positive emotions after qualifying for a home loan, while overlooking how interest rates may impact their monthly home loan repayments. Stanley Mabulu, Channel Management Head in the Home Loans division at FNB, says the interest rate that financial institutions charge on a home loan has long-term ramifications on...
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30 July 2018 – Over 100 disadvantaged students at Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) will now be able to graduate after a R2.5 million donation from the FNB Fund. The donation will settle the outstanding fees and enable the students to receive graduation certificates which declare them eligible for work opportunities. CPUT Vice-Chancellor Dr Chris...
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25 July 2018 – The simplest money management strategy to follow, is to spend less and save more. This strategy will go a long way in helping you achieve your financial goals and dreams and give you direction in terms of how your money should be managed. Building a savings strategy should not be tedious, but...
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18 July 2018: Affluent individuals and families who prefer to send their kids to private schools in the country should not underestimate the importance of planning ahead to cover school fees. “For an average household with two kids in school, annual tuition fees, including boarding could easily mount up to R540 000, considering that the most expensive...
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16 July 2018 – Education is costly and requires much thought and consideration. Without a proper savings strategy; you could find yourself running around for that extra cash to pay for your child’s education. “With the increasing education costs; parents should take it upon themselves to plan and save in advance. Not forgetting that unforeseen expenses...
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Johannesburg, 17 July 2018 – Change a Life is embarking on its second decade of effective social investment with a new corporate partner. FNB has entered into a three-year sponsorship arrangement with Change a Life that will increase the momentum of the initiative’s fundraising cycle tour for the good of its exceptional sports development programmes. The Change a...
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12 July 2018: There are different ways to save money, but the most unconventional or perhaps least considered is saving through your home loan account. Kathu Ramoliko, Head of the Gold Sub-Segment at FNB, says “A home loan is a long-term financial commitment which takes years to repay, however, it can also be used as...
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Steuart as a Speaker

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Steuart has done some 500 talks on South Africa's progress since 1994 and SA's prospects for the future'