FBC Holdings Limited (FBCH) is an Investment holding company listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange and whose principal activities are in Zimbabwe. The Group offers diverse financial services through subsidiaries that span commercial banking, mortgage financing, short-term insurance, reinsurance, securities trading and micro-financing. In all, FBC Holdings Group comprises FBC Bank Limited, FBC Building Society, FBC Reinsurance, FBC Securities (Private) Limited, Eagle Insurance Company Limited, and MicroPlan Financial Services (Private) Limited.

FBC Holdings
Trading name
FBC Holdings
Formerly called
First Banking Corporation
Industry Financial Services
Headquarters 45 Nelson Mandela Avenue, Harare, Harare, Zimbabwe
Key people
John Mushayavanhu, CEO
Herbert Nkala Chairman
Website www.fbc.co.zw
Contact Telephone: +263-4- 783 204/783 206-7/707 057/797 759


Branch network

FBC Bank maintains branches at the following locations:

  1. Head Office - 45 Nelson Mandela Avenue, Harare
  2. Samora Machel Avenue Branch - 76 Samora Machel Avenue, Harare
  3. Nelson Mandela Avenue Branch - 34 Nelson Mandela Avenue, Belvedere, Harare
  4. Msasa Branch - 104 Mutare Road, Msasa Industrial Area, Harare[1]
  5. FBC Private Bank Branch - 2 Lanark Road, Belgravia, Harare
  6. Southerton Branch - 11 Highfields Junction Shops, Southerton, Harare
  7. Bulawayo Branch - 108 Jason Moyo Avenue, Bulawayo
  8. International Airport Branch - Harare International Airport
  9. Mutare Branch - 50B Herbert Chitepo Street, Mutare
  10. Zvishavane Branch - Robert Mugabe Way, Zvishavane
  11. Kwekwe Branch - Robert Mugabe Way, Kwekwe
  12. Beitbridge Branch - NSSA Complex, Beitbridge
  13. Chitungwiza Branch - 197 Tilcor Township, Seke, Chitungwiza
  14. Victoria Falls Branch - Shops 4&5 Galleria Complex, Victoria Falls
  15. Bulawayo Private Bank Branch - 2nd Floor, FBC House, 108 Jason Moyo Avenue, Bulawayo
  16. Graniteside Branch - 1 Crawford Graniteside Off Seke Road Harare



Some Articles About FBC Holdings

Cuthbert Dube faces eviction after failing to pay rent for 5 months Sun Oct 1 2017

Harare City Council partners with NBS & FBC to develop stands Mon Sep 4 2017

Agribank and FBC to issue AgroBills to raise m for crop production Wed Aug 9 2017

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  1. Administrator (8 September 2010). "FBC Bank opens Msasa Branch – Another Milestone". Harare: Africa Business Communities Quoting Africa Banking Network. Retrieved 14 May 2018.