First National Bank Introduces Mobile Banking App for Commercial Banking Clients

First National Bank, the largest subsidiary of F.N.B. Corporation, has launched a mobile banking app designed for its commercial banking clients. The new app, FNB Business, adds another convenient, flexible channel for clients to manage their organization’s accounts and perform essential banking functions.

With the FNB Business app, many of the primary capabilities available via Execubanc, FNB’s online banking platform for organizations, are now extended to mobile channels. Clients are able to check account balances, transfer funds between accounts and view recent transactions, including check images. Adding even further awareness and control, push notifications offer up-to-date insight into account activity. The FNB Business mobile app also features the ability to approve time-sensitive fund transfers, such as ACH and wire transfers initiated through Execubanc.

In line with FNB’s focus on financial security, FNB Business helps protect high-volume accounts with mobile access to Positive Pay, FNB’s account reconcilement service. Clients can now receive and act on their daily exception report on their mobile phone or tablet, quickly taking action against fraudulent activity even when they are on-the-go.

We are excited to extend our commitment to innovation to our commercial banking clients through the leading-edge mobile capabilities available in our new FNB Business app,” said Vincent J. Delie, Jr., President and Chief Executive Officer of F.N.B. Corporation and First National Bank. “By making it possible to manage and monitor accounts via mobile device, we give busy decision-makers greater flexibility to focus on their business goals without being tied to branch hours or even to their computer.”

The FNB Business app is available to clients using Execubanc. The app is the most recent addition to FNB’s comprehensive line-up of online and mobile banking tools and part of an ongoing clicks-to-bricks strategy designed to create a seamless, multi-channel customer experience.

Author: Dylan Jones

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