FirstBank Promotes Cross Border Payments In Sub-Sahara Africa With First Global Transfer.

First Bank of Nigeria Limited has announced the launch of First Global Transfer (FGT) to promote international transfer of funds across its subsidiaries in sub-Saharan Africa. 

The Bank’s subsidiaries in Africa include FBNBank DRC, FBNBank Ghana, FBNBank Gambia, FBNBank Guinea, FBNBank Sierra-Leone, FBNBank Senegal. 

The First Global Transfer (FGT) initiative is specifically designed to ensure safe, timely and improved efficiency in the transfer of funds across the network of FirstBank subsidiaries in Africa. 

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The FGT is not restricted to FirstBank and FBNBank Customers alone, but it is also open to every individual resident in the country the funds transfer is originating from. 

Dr. Adesola Adeduntan, CEO, FirstBank, while peaking on the initiative, said: “today’s customer is influenced by the technological advancement shaping businesses across various industries and our First Global Transfer (FGT) initiative is one of those advancement created to impact every individual in our host community in Africa, whilst promoting the ease and swift transfer of money from one country to another for business or personal activities.” 

“With the launch of African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) on January 1, 2021 the First Global Transfer (FGT) is indeed very timely as it will play an essential role in stimulating business activities across borders, thereby impacting the growth and development of the continent. I enjoin everyone to visit any one of our branches nearest to you in Nigeria or our subsidiaries in Africa and send money to your loved ones or business partners with FirstBank or FBNBank account(s),” he concluded. 

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