#FCMBFlexxtern is an initiative by leading financial institution, First City Monument Bank, in partnership with other prestigious organizations in Nigeria. The goal is to empower young individuals by providing internship opportunities and access to a mentor network through our partner organizat ... read more and apply
Move one step closer to your dream!
Our client, one of the leading financial services institutions in Nigeria, is giving you the opportunity to realize your potential by working with them.
With a mission to empower their customers to realize their dreams, and break barriers, the Bank seeks to ... read more and apply
First City Monument Bank (FCMB) Limited is a member of FCMB Group Plc, which is one of the leading financial services institutions in Nigeria with subsidiaries that are market leaders in their respective segments. Having successfully transformed to a retail and commercial banking-led group, FCMB exp ... read more and apply
First City Monument Bank (FCMB) partners Passion Incubator to launch the FCMB Agritech EPIC Pitch 2020 themed “Redefining and repositioning agricultural value chains during and post the COVID-19 era”
FCMB is playing its part in growing the Agricultural Technology sector and providing ... read more and apply
First City Monument Bank and The Wennovation Hub, present the FCMB Wennovation AgriTech Incubation Program for Nigerian Entrepreneurs. The Wennovation Hub program is aimed solely at innovators developing tech-based solutions that ensure food security in Nigeria.
It is set out to guide these early ... read more and apply
Subscribe for scholarship alert.
Be among the first to know whenever new First City Monument Bank scholarship is going on. Enter your email address and click the Subscribe button ↓
FCMB is a large financial services provider in Nigeria, offering retail banking, corporate banking and investment banking services to large corporations, small and medium enterprises, as well as individuals. As of December 2011, the bank's total assets were valued at US$$3.65 billion (NGN:593.3 billion), with shareholders' equity of approximately US$772.2 million (NGN:117.4 billion)