Afriland First Bank Review

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Afriland First Bank opened its doors in Cameroon in 1987, under the name “Caisse Commune d’Epargne et d’Investissement” (CCEI), or  Joint Savings and Investment Fund. Its first counter was opened and became operational on July 1st, 1988 at the now Retraite Branch located in Yaounde.

Up to date, the bank counts about forty (40) branches in the ten (10) regions of Cameroon despite the country’s unfavorable economic situation and the general tendency of banks going bankrupt.

Their values ranged from Work – Courtesy – Humility – Equity – Liberty to Accountability. Their progress has been steadfast, strong and stable.


Afriland First Bank’s checking account ranks among the best, thanks to no monthly maintenance fees, no overdraft transfer service fees, free incoming wires, ATM reimbursements nationwide, and free checks. Customers can enjoy all of these freebies along with a starting APY of 0.10 percent. Afriland First Banks’s non-sufficient funds fee is also one of the lowest at 4500 FCFA — compared to the national average of 7000 FCFA — ensuring account holders won’t see balances quickly depleted due to overdrafts.


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