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Second Floor
FNB House
Ohio Road
PO Box 72290
Dar es Salaam
Tel: +255 768 989 000
Fax: +255 768 989 010

Industrial Branch
Quality Centre
Nyerere Road
PO Box 72290
Dar es Salaam
Tel: +255 768 989 200
Fax: +255 768 989 205

Peninsula Branch
Peninsula House
Toure Drive
PO Box 72290
Dar es Salaam
Tel: +255 768 989 150
Fax: +255 768 989 155

Kariakoo Branch
3, block 27
Uhuru Street
PO Box 72290
Dar es Salaam
Tel: +255 768 989 250
Fax: +255 768 989 260

Kimweri Branch
Ground Floor, block 602 & 603
Kimweri Drive
Msasani
PO Box 72290
Dar es Salaam
Tel: +255 768 989 176
Fax: +255 768 989 155

Sinza Branch
Plot 4, Block C, Sinza Kijiweni
Shekilango Road
PO Box 72290
Dar es Salaam
Tel: +255 768 989 178
Fax: +255 768 989 155

Mbagala Branch
Plot 438, Block L, Mbagala Rangi Tatu
Kilwa Road
PO Box 72290
Dar es Salaam
Tel: +255 768 989 221
Fax: +255 768 989 155

Mbezi Branch
Shamo Towers,
Bagamoyo Road,
PO Box 72290
Dar es Salaam
Tel: +255 768 989 190
Fax: +255 768 989 155

Mwanza Branch
Rock City Mall,
Furahisha Street,
PO Box 251
Mwanza
Tel: +255 768 989 350

Arusha branch
Mezzanine floor, PPF Plaza
Old Moshi Road
Arusha
Tel: +255 768 989 400

Find a branch


Main Branch
Second Floor
FNB House
Ohio Road
PO Box 72290
Dar es Salaam
Tel: +255 768 989 000
Fax: +255 768 989 010

Industrial Branch
Quality Centre
Nyerere Road
PO Box 72290
Dar es Salaam
Tel: +255 768 989 200
Fax: +255 768 989 205

Peninsula Branch
Peninsula House
Toure Drive
PO Box 72290
Dar es Salaam
Tel: +255 768 989 150
Fax: +255 768 989 155

Kariakoo Branch
3, block 27
Uhuru Street
PO Box 72290
Dar es Salaam
Tel: +255 768 989 250
Fax: +255 768 989 260

Kimweri Branch
Ground Floor, block 602 & 603
Kimweri Drive
Msasani
PO Box 72290
Dar es Salaam
Tel: +255 768 989 176
Fax: +255 768 989 155

Sinza Branch
Plot 4, Block C, Sinza Kijiweni
Shekilango Road
PO Box 72290
Dar es Salaam
Tel: +255 768 989 178
Fax: +255 768 989 155

Mbagala Branch
Plot 438, Block L, Mbagala Rangi Tatu
Kilwa Road
PO Box 72290
Dar es Salaam
Tel: +255 768 989 221
Fax: +255 768 989 155

Mbezi Branch
Shamo Towers,
Bagamoyo Road,
PO Box 72290
Dar es Salaam
Tel: +255 768 989 190
Fax: +255 768 989 155

Mwanza Branch
Rock City Mall,
Furahisha Street,
PO Box 251
Mwanza
Tel: +255 768 989 350

Arusha branch
Mezzanine floor, PPF Plaza
Old Moshi Road
Arusha
Tel: +255 768 989 400

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Our history


FNB can trace its origins back to the Eastern Province Bank, which was formed in Grahamstown, South Africa in 1838. By 1874, the bank had four 4 branches - Grahamstown, Middelburg, Cradock and Queenstown.

Due to a recession, the bank was bought out in 1874 by the Oriental Bank Corporation (OBC). However, as a result of financial difficulties being experienced in India, the OBC decided to withdraw from South Africa. The Bank of Africa was subsequently formed in 1879 to take over OBC's business in South Africa.

During the same period, the government of the Republic of the Transvaal wanted to create a local commercial bank to deal with the financial demands created by the discovery of gold in Barberton and the Witwatersrand. The government thus created a bank with the task of focusing primarily on financial agricultural development through a concession agreement. The Nationale Bank der Zuid-Afrikaansche Republiek Beperk (National Bank of the South African Republic Limited) was registered in Pretoria in 1891 and opened its doors for business on 5 April of the same year. After the Anglo-Boer War in 1902, the name of this bank was changed to the National Bank of South Africa Limited.

Due to another recession, the Bank of Africa was bought out by the National Bank in 1912. Another bank, the National Bank of the Orange River Colony, had already been bought out by the same group in 1910. The Natal Bank, which was founded in 1854 to fund the Natal Colony's sugar industry, also suffered financial difficulties and was added to the list of banks acquired by the National Bank, in 1914. The National Bank was now one of the strongest banks in South Africa.

In 1925 the National Bank merged with the Anglo-Egyptian Bank and the Colonial Bank to form Barclays Bank (Dominion, Colonial and Overseas). In 1971 Barclays restructured its operation and its South African operation was renamed Barclays National Bank Limited.

Due to a disinvestment campaign against South Africa because of its apartheid policies, Barclays was forced to reduce its shareholding and sold its remaining shareholding in the bank in 1986. The bank was renamed "First National Bank of Southern Africa Limited" in 1987 and became a wholly South African owned and controlled entity.

Banking as a whole was changing fast and specialised financial services divisions sprung up within the bank. A massive investment was made into computers and new technology.

In 1998 the financial services interests (which included their shareholding in First National Bank) of Rand Merchant Bank Holdings and Anglo-American Corporation Anglo-American Corporation were merged to form FirstRand Limited, which is listed on the JSE Securities Exchange. Consequently, FNB became a wholly owned subsidiary of FirstRand Limited and currently trades as a division of the group. FNB also has subsidiaries in Swaziland, Botswana, Namibia and Zambia which are all listed on their country's respective stock exchanges.

Barclays Bank


In 1925 the National Bank merged with the Anglo-Egyptian Bank and the Colonial Bank to form Barclays Bank (Dominion, Colonial and Overseas). In 1971 Barclays restructured its operation and its South African operation was renamed Barclays National Bank Limited.

Due to a disinvestment campaign against South Africa because of its apartheid policies, Barclays was forced to reduce its shareholding and sold its remaining shareholding in the bank in 1986. The bank was renamed "First National Bank of Southern Africa Limited" in 1987 and became a wholly South African owned and controlled entity.

Banking as a whole was changing fast and specialised financial services divisions sprung up within the bank. A massive investment was made into computers and new technology.

In 1998 the financial services interests (which included their shareholding in First National Bank) of Rand Merchant Bank Holdings and Anglo-American Corporation Anglo-American Corporation were merged to form FirstRand Limited, which is listed on the JSE Securities Exchange. Consequently, FNB became a wholly owned subsidiary of FirstRand Limited and currently trades as a division of the group. FNB also has subsidiaries in Swaziland, Botswana, Namibia and Zambia which are all listed on their country's respective stock exchanges.

FNB Tanzania


FNB Tanzania opened its doors on 27 July 2011, with 3 outlets in Dar es Salaam. There are now ten branches in total: 8 in Dar es Salaam, 1 in Mwanza and 1 in Arusha.

About us


How we started and who we are

FNB provides personal, commercial and corporate banking services to more than 6 million customers across South Africa. It is also the single largest contributor to FirstRand's bottom-line. Find out how we got here.

The world of FNB


How we started and who we are


Learn more about the history of our banking roots and how we got to where we are today.

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FNB Tanzania

 

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FirstRand Limited is an integrated financial services group providing a comprehensive range of products and services to the South African market and niche products in certain international markets.

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FNB recognises the immediate and potential threats that global warming and other environmental issues pose. FNB has taken steps to minimise our impact on our surroundings.

 

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At FNB, our vision is to transform a good business to a great business and to help create a better world. Our sustainability report details exactly how we are doing this.

FNB views sustainability as a business practice which creates value for stakeholders through managing environmental, social and governance factors impacting the company's ability to generate sustainable profits. We are a values-based organization, with all employees living the values of being accountable, effective, helpful, ethical and innovative. These values serve as a guide when making business decisions and in our dealings with all stakeholders, including colleagues, customers, investors, suppliers, the community and the environment.