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HOW TO OPEN FBNBANK (GHANA) LIMITED ACCOUNT IN GHANA

About FBNBank (Ghana) Limited In Ghana

FBNBank Ghana Limited is a subsidiary of First Bank of Nigeria Limited, West Africa’s premier bank and Nigeria’s number one bank brand. FBNBank Ghana Limited was formerly International Commercial Bank (ICB) which commenced operations in Ghana in November 1996.

Following the acquisition of 100% equity stake in the West Africa Operations of ICB by First Bank of Nigeria Limited in 2013 and upon the approval of the Bank of Ghana, the name of the Bank was changed to FBNBank Ghana Limited.

FBNBank Ghana Limited currently operates 22 branches and 2 agencies across Ghana. All our branches are networked to facilitate transactions of business by our customers from any of the branches.

Types Of FBNBank Account In Ghana

Demand Options

Call Account

The Call Account is an account which funds can be placed in for an indefinite period and may be withdrawn on demand at any time.

Current Account

Would you like an account that allows you perform 3rd party or business transactions with ease? Our current account is just what you need.

Fixed Deposit

Fixed Deposit is an investment account which allow customers to place a fixed amount of money for a fixed period at an agreed interest rate.

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Savings Options

Savings Account

The FBNBank Savings Account is an account where funds can be deposited at any particular time for safe keeping and withdrawn at will over the counter and through the ATM.

Young Super Save Account

This is a savings account for children opened and operated by the parents while the child is less than 18 years. It aims at accumulating savings and also to inculcate a saving culture in children.

Prestige Savings Account

The Prestige Savings Account has a combined feature of a savings account and a current account. The account attracts a higher interest rate and has a cheque writing facility.

Domiciliary Account Options

This is an account that allows you save in US Dollars, Pound Sterling or Euro; with your money valued at the prevailing exchange rate. It facilitates your international personal and business transactions.

Requirements To Open FBNBank Account In Ghana

Account opening form duly filled

2 passport-sized pictures, (name & signature on reverse)

A valid national ID  (Ghana Card)& Tin certificate

Residence permit & non-citizen card (where applicable)

Employer introductory letter (where applicable)

Utility bill (not older than six months)

Mandatory initial deposit (Any amount ranging from GHC 20 and above)

Charges Involved In Opening FBNBank Account In Ghana

At FBNBank, the bank does not charge her client for opening of bank accounts with them. But after processing of the opening of the bank account is completed, the customer is expected to deposit a minimum balance in the account he/she created. This minimum amount ranges from GHC 20 to GHC 200 depending on the account.

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How To Open A Bank Account With FBNBank In Ghana

Walk into any of FBNBank with document listed above like utility bills, passport photo Ghana Card Id and talk to the customer service that you want to open an account. The customer service personnel will then refer you to the designated bank official to help you open an account of your choice.

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