First Bank of Nigeria Limited, the most valuable bank brand has demonstrated an unwavering commitment to the business success of SMEs in Nigeria.
The Bank has a cocktail of products and bespoke solutions, specifically designed to help grow and sustain SMEs; enable them play out their business scripts as well as fulfill their goals and aspirations.
In addition, the Bank offers advisory services that are tailored to meet the needs and aspirations of their SME customers.
FirstBank is enthusiastic about the SME segment as one of the strategic platforms to stimulate economic development.
Some of the Bank’s SME products include: Contract and Invoice Discounting Finance – This enables the SME seamlessly fund bigger contracts.
The product is designed to finance contractors who need immediate funding for working capital requirements while awaiting payment for goods/services supplied or contracts executed for reputable companies.
The Import and Export Finance is another product that helps the customer finance imports and exports as well as track all transactions.
The Import Finance Facility would provide a structured and controllable mechanism through which the Bank may provide finance to trading companies to support the importation of goods. FirstBank also uses the Payments and Collections Solutions to facilitate effective money collection from distributors and customers of SMEs. With these solutions, 3rd party payments can now be made with ease. The Key Distributorship Finance is another vital product designed to ensure SMEs never run out of stock as well as the timely execution of all customer orders.
With a bouquet of bespoke products and services, FirstBank is set to place SMEs ahead of their competition through collaborations with the business owners to provide flexible and dependable services, helping each SME fulfill life time dreams for their businesses.
According to FirstBank’s spokesperson, Folake Ani-Mumuney, the Bank is committed to supporting its customers with customised products and services designed to ensure a continuous success story for every SME.
Small and Medium Scale Enterprises, SMEs, are considered pivotal to national development.
However, to what extent do they play this role in ensuring the sustainable economic growth of the nation, especially at a time when the Nigerian government is looking to diversify its income stream.
Presently, there are many SME entrepreneurs with a myriad of unaccomplished aspirations and deflated business goals
First Bank of Nigeria Limited, a subsidiary of FBN Holdings Plc, is Nigeria’s leading financial services institution by total assets and gross earnings and one of the largest corporate and retail banking financial institutions in sub-Saharan Africa (excluding South Africa).
FirstBank operates an extensive distribution network with over 750 business locations (623 branches, 61 quick service points and 69 cash centers/agencies), over 2,600 ATM’s and over 10 million customer accounts.

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