Money App offers clients convenience to manage their finances

Nedbank has rolled out innovative solutions for digital retail banking to offer their customers convenience at their finger tips.

Marketing Executive at Nedbank Vanessa Singh says with this innovative idea, Money App, Nedbank has managed to empower clients to bank as they please.

Our Nedbank Money App has the potential to rank top quartile of all apps globally...

Vanessa Singh, Marketing Executive at Nedbank

According to Singh, the app is easy to use - you enter your card number and your pin and you will be ready to transact. It has a Touch ID functionality where you use your finger print to log in.

All you do is register Touch ID to log in to your app and you will be able to manage and control your money like never before.

Vanessa Singh, Marketing Executive at Nedbank

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