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FNB ATM - Cape Town - Gardens Centre



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FNB is the oldest bank in South Africa, and can be traced back to the Eastern Province Bank formed in Grahamstown in 1838. Today, FNB trades as a division of FirstRand Bank Limited.

When looking at FNB's history, two things in particular stand out. The first is a story of survival - different circumstances in South Africa have posed many great challenges in our history, all of which FNB has successfully met. This track record provides a strong foundation for our future challenges. The second is a story of people - our history has always been firmly influenced by the needs of the people we serve.

FNB ATM - Cape Town - Gardens Centre

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Latitude -33.9344° S 33.9344° S 33° 56' 3.84" -33° 56.064'
Longitude 18.4180° E 18.4180° E 18° 25' 4.8" 18° 25.08'
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Cape Town
Western Cape
South Africa
Phone No.
086 011 2244
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 86 011 2244

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