Coronavirus: FNB Reaffirms Commitment to Assist Customers

FNB. Canal Walk Shopping Centre

As South Africa and the international community continue to intensify efforts to curb the spread of COVID-19, FNB has reaffirmed its commitment to help SMEs and individual customers whose financial position is adversely impacted by COVID-19.

The Bank continues to work with the Banking Association of South Africa (BASA), in engaging with the SARB and Government on a variety of solutions aimed at supporting both consumers and businesses through these difficult times. We will make further announcements on the nature of this support in the days ahead.

FNB believes that SMEs and an economically viable consumer market are vital to the country’s economic growth prospects. It is the collective responsibility of both the government and the private sector to continue working together to identify immediate and long-term initiatives that will provide relief.

Furthermore, the Bank remains open for business to assist SMEs that qualify for credit to stabilise their cashflow and consumers who may want to cover unexpected expenses. We commend efforts by National Government to contain the spread of COVID-19 and interventions such as the development of a Debt Relief Fund by the Department of Small Business Development.

FNB remains committed to helping consumers and businesses on their financial journey.


  1. Hats up to Huawei for coming forward during these trying times and donating money to assist with this virus. Wish more big companies can come to the party and assist the Government, as this virus affects everyone. Has for the people who stole/ looted money from the State, this is an ideal time to return the money. All that stolen money in your bank account can not protect you or your family form this virus. We need to fight this together.

  2. such as small business people that owns spaza shops like me how are we going to get help in order for us to keep putting food on our table


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