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Nedbank is the smallest of South Africa's big 4 banks. Did you know that you can book Mango flight with Nedbank Greenbacks (the points you earn on your credit card).

Booking a Mango Flight with Nedbank Greenbacks

Contact details

Nedbank website

www.nedbank.co.za

general enquiries

0860 115 060

physical address

135 Rivonia Road
Sandown
Johannesburg
2196
Gauteng Province
South Africa

website comments

kerris@nedbank.co.za

 

Banking charges

Nedbank normally adjusts its banking charges in July.

History of Nedbank

Feb 2010

Tom Boardman is expected to retire, as he has reached Nedbank's retirement age of 60.

12 Aug 2008

Nedbank announces that it is to absorb "Go Banking", a joint venture with Pick 'n Pay which allowed cash withdrawals and deposits at the retailer, into its main operations.

6 May 2005

The Nedcor Group is renamed the Nedbank Group.

1 Jan 2003

BoE, Cape of Good Hope Bank, Nedcor and NIB are combined into a single legal entity - Nedcor Group.

2001

Nedbank acquires Robert Fleming & Co, an Isle of Man & Jersey private banking company.

1999

A bid for merging with Standard Bank fails.

1994

An office is opened in Beijing.

1992

The name changes to Nedcor Bank Limited, with Nedbank being the largest division.

1987

The first drive-in ATM is opened in Cape Town.

1983

An office is opened in New York.

1973

Nedbank Limited, Syfrets South Africa and Union Acceptances Limited merge to form the Nedbank Group Limited.

1971

The NBSA (Netherlands Bank of South Africa) changes its name to Nedbank Limited.

1964

Computerised banking services are introduced.

1960

The head office is moved to Johannesburg (81 Main Street).

1955

First branch in South West Africa/ Namibia is opened.

1951

The Netherlands Bank (NBZA) is formed as a South African banking company and its name is changed to the NBSA (Netherlands Bank of South Africa).

1940

The NBZA's headquarters are moved to Pretoria, and all the NBZA's assets are transferred to South Africa.

1925

The bank merges with the Transvaalsche Bank en Handelsvereeniging.

1906

Branches are opened in Bloemfontein and London (Great Winchester Street).

1903

The NBVC changes its name to the NBZA (Nederlandsche Bank voor Zuid-Afrika).

1903

The NBVC opens a branch in Cape Town.

1890

A wholly-owned subsidiary, the Pretoria Mortgage Company, is formed.

1890

The NBCV issues banknotes for the first time.

1890

The NBCV opens offices in Potchefstroom and Johannesburg.

1 Aug 1888

The NBCV opens its doors for business in Church Street, Pretoria. Its starting capital is a hundred thousand rand.

6 Apr 1888

The NBCV (Nederlandsche Bank en Credietvereeniging) is established in Amsterdam under the framework of a Royal Charter.



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