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New CEO of First Nations Bank plans to expand wealth-management services for Indigenous clients

Published July 10, 2023.

Bill Lomax, the new CEO of First Nations Bank of Canada & FNB Trust, plans to expand wealth-management services for Indigenous clients. A move meant to ensure the Indigenous-owned lender offers the services its clients need to be in charge of their own money.

FNBC’s overarching goal is to build Indigenous economic self-sufficiency. “I see an opportunity to build on my predecessor’s work and take the bank to the next level.” Bill Lomax

Read The Globe and Mail article by Andrew Willis:

New CEO of First Nations Bank plans to expand wealth-management services for Indigenous clients - The Globe and Mail

Keith Martell helped nurture a fledgling bank for Indigenous people. As he retires, he’s seeing a solid base for the future

Keith Martell was instrumental in the creation of First Nations Bank of Canada and has served as CEO since the bank received its charter in 1996. Since then, the bank has grown to include 22 service points in five provinces and three territories with more than $1.2 billion in assets.  Thank you, Keith, and all the best in your future.

Keith Martell helped nurture a fledgling bank for Indigenous people. As he retires, he’s seeing a solid base for the future - The Globe and Mail

Happy Anniversary to our Meadow Lake Branch

Congratulations to the staff of our Meadow Lake Branch, celebrating 15 years of operations this December.

FNBC is named as one of Saskatchewan’s Top Employers 2023

​We are honoured to announce FNBC have been named one of Saskatchewan's Top Employers for the third year in a row!

We are grateful Canada's Top 100 Employers has recognized FNBC as a wonderful place to work. Thank you to everyone who helps make the FNBC a great organization.

We are growing our team and welcome you to learn more about FNBC and why we were selected:

https://reviews.canadastop100.com/top-employer-first-nations-bank-of-canada