Michael Jordaan resigned soon after an ad campaign by the bank led to a public falling out with the ANC.
FNB chief executive Michael Jordaan will step down from the position at the end of this year to spend more time with his family.
Despite wide-spread speculation FNB CEO Michael Jordaan will not be resigning after the "You Can Help" campaign sparked national comment.
Solidarity has shown people getting fired from Absa "Wall Street" style on YouTube and FNB embraces the power of social media during a power crisis.
Banks are sceptical over personal financial management sites due to customers handing over their personal login details to third parties.
Good figures from last year suggest that 2012 is likely to be even better.
The chief executive of one of South Africa's major banks explains why he loves using social media.
FNB emerges as the cheapest of the big four on the back of an aggressive marketing campaign.
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