At RMB Corporate Banking we create and develop intelligent interfaces to give our corporate clients greater flexibility, choice and control over their transactional banking activities. Our corporate clients have unique transactional banking needs — ranging from custodial and trustee needs, to complex cross-border payments; trade collections; supply chain financing; receipting and cash management requirements.
We put our clients at the centre of our innovation by generating sophisticated real-time information to enrich their transactional activities and deliver real value to their businesses. RMB Corporate Banking offers corporate clients a range of innovative transactional banking solutions through the combined transactional banking products and services of FNB and RMB.
Our business model is enabled by world-class IT architecture and infrastructure, a network of specialists in corporate banking, industry experts, treasury and investment banking. Our world-class transactional banking solutions and products are designed to give corporate clients the best banking experience possible and put the world’s most advanced technology at their fingertips.
Client service is a major strategic thrust within the FirstRand Group, which is why RMB Botswana is continually improving the way we interact with our large corporate clients. In addition to having dedicated and experienced relationship managers (who act as the primary co-ordinators within RMB Botswana) our large corporate clients have access to a Coverage team to service and advise them on the combined products and services of RMB and FNB.
The Coverage team, which forms part of RMB Botswana, are industry specialists and understand the major market and economic drivers impacting their industries. Clients are able to interact with members of the Coverage team who have corporate banking, treasury or investment banking experience.
RMB is proud to present the sixth edition of Where to Invest in Africa — A Guide to Corporate Investment. Our theme for this edition is Back to the Future as we evaluate Africa’s past progress, present predisposition and future prospects.