National Financial Credit Bank

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National Financial Credit Bank SA (NFCB) is a commercial bank in Cameroon. It is one of the fourteen (14) licensed commercial banks in the country.[1]

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NFCB was formed in 1989 as National Finance Credit Company (NFCC). Since inception, NFCC has been functioning as a savings and credit institution. NFCC received a full banking license in 2006 and rebranded to its current name. Upon the direction of the Central Bank of Central African States, Loita Capital Partners International, a Mauritius - based investment banking company, was invited to invest in NFCB and to provide technical and expert guidance during the transition from a savings and credit institution to a fully fledged commercial bank.[2]

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As of January 2007 NFCC maintained seven (7) networked branches across Cameroon.

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