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20 July 2021

FBC Bank Mutare branch opened its doors to the public in 1997. The branch has been delivering consistent and dependable services that are customized to meet the unique needs of corporates, government departments and parastatals, local authorities, small to medium enterprises (SMEs) and individual clients.

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15 July 2021

FBC joins the world in commemorating World Youth Skills Day. Our Staff Reporter (SR) sat down with Prosper Matiashe (PM), the Data Analytics and Actuarial Services Manager to discuss how young people can adapt their skills amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

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12 July 2021
FBC Bank Masvingo prides itself as the people’s bank with a diverse range of customers. The branch scope is not limited to Masvingo urban but the whole province as well as Beitbridge, recently adopted since May 2020. 
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25 June 2021

It’s World SME Day on the 27th of June 2021 and we couldn’t be prouder to celebrate this day with the entrepreneurs that keep finding solutions to our ever growing needs.

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15 June 2021

Custodial Services involve the safe keeping of Shares, Treasury Bills and Bonds. It also involves making payments for the purchase of Shares, Treasury Bonds Maturities plus generation of client reports to enable clients to monitor their financial portfolios.

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09 June 2021

Money market Investments basically refer to the trading of financial instruments with high liquidity and short-term maturities.

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25 March 2021

Moola Shoppers have a deep and emotional connection with spending money. They can't resist spending, even if it's to buy items they don't need.

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24 March 2021

Moola Investors are consciously aware of their money. They understand their financial situations and try to put their money to work

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23 March 2021
Moola Savers are the exact opposite of Moola Spenders. They think of every dollar they spend.
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22 March 2021

Moola Spender Simply put, Moola Spenders like things. They have nice cars, new gadgets and luxury brand clothing. People with a "spender" personality don’t look for bargains or discounts; they’re more concerned with making a statement and will pay anything to do so.

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