First Nations Bank of Canada has announced that it has opened a community centre in Nunavut.
What does FNBC stand for?
FNBC stands for First Nations Bank of Canada (Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 7 other meanings of FNBC in our Acronym Attic
- First National Bank of Bellevue (Ohio)
- First National Bank of Botswana (Gaborone, Botswana)
- First National Bank of Brookfield (Brookfield, IL)
- First National Bankers Bankshares, Inc. (Baton Rouge, LA)
- Fördergesellschaft für Nachhaltige Biogas-und Bioenergienutzung eV (German: Society for the Promotion of Sustainable Biogas and Bioenergy Association)
- First National Bank of Broken Arrow (Oklahoma)
- Federatie Nederlandse BMW (Bayerische Motoren Werke) Clubs (Dutch: Dutch Federation of BMW Clubs)
- First National Bank of Chicago
- First National Bank of Crossett (Crossett, Arkansas)
- First National Business Corporation (various locations)
- Forme Normale de Boyce-Codd (French: Boyce-Codd Normal Form)
- Four Nations Beef Conference
- First National Bank of Central Florida
- Future Narrow Band Digital Terminal
- Fédération Nationale Belge des Ergothérapeutes (French: Belgian National Federation of Occupational Therapists)
- Fédération Nationale des Bateaux Écoles (French: National Federation of Schools Boats)
- Finnish National Board of Education
- Foundation in Natural and Built Environments (Taylor's University; Malaysia)
- First National Bank of Eastern Arkansas
- First National Bank-Employee Owned (Antioch, IL)
Samples in periodicals archive:
By year's end the First Nations Bank of Canada had cut its strings with The Toronto-Dominion Bank two years ahead of schedule and was independent.
In 1995 he became a founding member of the First Nations Bank of Canada.
The First Nations Bank of Canada (FNBC) has announced the completion of its transition from the old operating system to the new, which is targeted at serving the aboriginal market.
The first branch of the First Nations Bank of Canada will open in Saskatoon early in 1997.
Another speaker is Roy Bird, the newly-appointed Chairman of the First Nations Bank of Canada which will be located in Saskatoon.