FNB to discontinue safe custody


In alignment with the bank’s increased focus on core services such as investments, insurance, transacting and lending, FNB Namibia has advised that the bank will discontinue its safe custody services.

“The bank regularly evaluates the array of services it offers and has subsequently taken the decision to discontinue safe custody boxes from our regular service offering,” Tracy Eagles, Chief Marketing Officer of FNB Namibia Holdings said.

All customers of the bank that have items in storage at the bank have been advised of this decision and requested to make arrangements for collection before 1 June 2017 and to then ensure that all items are collected latest 30 June 2017.

“Customers have been advised to contact the branch where their belongings are held so that the branch can assist them to make the necessary arrangements to return these for own safekeeping,” Eagles added.

By Oshili24