Fnb Botswana Opens New Head Office

EmailEmail Print Share
News24 marketing banner

05 Sep 2013

FNB Botswana (FNBB) opened its new head office in Gaborone recently.

Measuring 2 1360 square metres, First Place is a five storey state-of-the-art building comprising a branch, a bulk cash facility, double basement parking, customer designated parking areas, staff gym & cafeteria, modern fittings, and superior building management services.

The development of the new head office, named First Place, in the Gaborone Central Business District is a continuation of the FNBB’s broader strategy to bring all its business areas, product and services under one roof.

The building was officially launched by His Honour, The Vice President of Botswana, Dr Ponatshego H. Kedikilwe on 5 August 2013.

Measuring 2 1360 square metres, First Place is a five storey state-of-the-art building comprising a branch, a bulk cash facility, double basement parking, customer designated parking areas, staff gym & cafeteria, modern fittings, and superior building management services.

The specifications of the building surpass the normal criteria of a commercial building with raised access flooring for flexible voice/data/power reticulation to workstations as well as significant emergency power backup installations.

A combination of these features gives more than 600 employees a conducive working environment and customers a comfortable place to do business. 

“Investing in a new head office supports our service strategy of bringing value-added solutions to customers at a location convenient for business.

“A more spacious, conducive and brand customised premise allows all divisions of the bank to benefit from synergies resulting in improved efficiencies,” says FNBB chief executive officer, Lorato Boakgomo - Ntakhwana

“We strongly believe in the economic growth potential of Botswana.

“Our role as a proudly African organisation extends further than banking and we see this development as a tangible expression of its commitment to Botswana and the CBD region,” says Leonard Haynes, chief operating officer of FNB Africa.

First Place is prominently positioned to add to the aesthetic value of the Central Business District.

“We believe in the economic growth potential of Gaborone and First Place is an extension of our commitment to investing in the development of Gaborone alongside adding commercial activities needed to further revitalise the fast-growing city,” adds Boakgomo-Ntakhwana.

FNB took full occupation of the new head office in March 2013. Through First Place, FNBB has cemented its place as part of the CBD’s growth story.

Similar Articles

The new multi-million rand Tugela Ferry Mall and Jozini...

A new flexible co-work facility, One Chadwick Co-Working...

The Amdec Group handed over a cheque for R250k to the...

View all articles

Top Articles

Take full advantage of the outdoors by creating an...

Offering a unique lifestyle and abundant natural beauty,...

Whether you’d like to spend time on the glorious coast or...

View all articles
Top Articles
13 Feb 2016
Offering a unique lifestyle and abundant natural beauty, wine farms in t...
12 Feb 2016
Whether you’d like to spend time on the glorious coast or go further inl...
12 Feb 2016
St Francis Bay in the Eastern Cape is the ideal weekend or holiday escap...
12 Feb 2016
At USD$217 trillion, real estate is the pre-eminent asset class globally...
12 Feb 2016
Former Protea cricketer and world-renowned commentator, Pat Symcox, has ...
Newsletter
Get the latest property news.
Select your options:
Loading

Your browser is out of date!

It looks like you are using an outdated version of Internet Explorer.

If you are using Internet Explorer 8 or higher, please verify that your Internet Explorer compatibility view settings are not enabled.

For the best browsing experience, update to the latest Version of Internet Explorer or try out Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox.


Please contact our Property24 Support Team for further assistance. Tel. +27 (0)861 111 724