FNB is looking to develop its banking app for Windows Phone 8 – possibly leaving Windows Phone 7 in the dust.
BusinessTech compares the business banking offerings by South Africa’s primary financial institutions.
First National Bank (FNB) CEO Michael Jordaan has hailed a 27% rise in the groups online banking customers to 1.3 million.
Banking group Absa says it has 3.6 million customers registered for mobile banking.
Bharti Airtel has entered into an agreement with Sanlam for the distribution of insurance and health funding products.
Visa notes 18% growth in debit card usage in South Africa as more and more consumers move towards cashless transactions.
FNB and Cell C partner to sell SMS and data bundles through FNB’s cellphone banking channel
RainFin says it had 106 applications in its first month of operating, with 22 successful loan application funded by peers during that time.
Standard Bank says its banking application has reached 50,000 registered users since its launch on the 27 June 2012.
Banking group Absa has announced a partnership with listed fashion chain Mr Price, to extend its online payment services to the retailer’s customer base.
Absa will launch its mobile banking app in Q1 2013, promising a more integrated and broader approach to mobile banking than what other banks’ current platforms offer.
HelloPeter’s complaints tracker shows that Absa is currently at the bottom of the list of banks when it comes to the compliments and complaints ratios – but the gap isn’t as big as you think.
Absa (ASA) and Barclays are in negotiations about combining the majority of the Barclays Africa operations with Absa.
New information from Effective Measure sheds light on the South African banks with the largest online audience
Wealth management institutions will continue to invest heavily in digital channels through the bumpy economic recovery says technology research group Ovum.