Nedbank ATM - Spar Meyerton
Description Nedbank Group is South Africa's fourth largest banking group measured by assets, with a strong deposit franchise, the second largest retail deposit base, a client-centric wholesale and retail franchise and a substantial and growing bancassurance and wealth management offering. The group offers a wide range of wholesale and retail banking services through five main business clusters, namely Nedbank Capital, Nedbank Corporate, Nedbank Business Banking, Nedbank Retail and Nedbank Bancassurance and Wealth. Nedbank Group focuses on southern Africa, with the group positioned as a bank for all - from both a retail and a wholesale banking perspective. The principal banking services offered by Nedbank Group comprise business, corporate and retail banking, property finance, investment banking, private banking, foreign exchange and securities trading. Nedbank Group also generates income from private equity, credit card issuing and processing services, custodial services, unit trust administration, asset management services and bancassurance. Location/Address/Phone No./Fax No.
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S 26° 33' 32.4" -26° 33.54' Longitude
E 28° 0' 56.16" 28° 0.936'
Address 1 Loch Street Meyerton Central Meyerton Gauteng South Africa Phone No. 086 055 5111 If calling from outside South Africa: +27 86 055 5111 Fax No. No fax number available More Information Local Weather Map
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