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Thank you

A heartfelt thank you to fellow essential services who are working to keep us fed, healthy and safe.

 

Thank you

We thank our partners in financial services, security and cash management who are part of the cash eco-system.

Together we are keeping money moving.

 

With over 30 processing centres, over 700 armoured vehicles and 6,400 employees, SBV Services is the trusted and preferred partner of the banking industry.

SBV leads the way in customer service, innovative solutions, and the lowest risk profile.

SBV offers a solution for every step of the cash supply chain.

Trusted partner

Across Africa, the demand for cash continues to grow. SBV provides specialised services and solutions to central and commercial banks in South Africa, Lesotho and Namibia. We understand what impacts the cash industry.       

Celebrating our 35th birthday

Celebrating our 35th birthday

Today, 26 September 2021, marks 35 years since SBV Services was founded. At SBV Services, we are proud to provide cash-in-transit, cash processing and ATM services for South Africa, Namibia and Lesotho. Millions of people rely on SBV for the cash they need, and in...

SBV Services Business Review 2020-2021

SBV Services Business Review 2020-2021

We proudly present SBV Services’ Business Review for the period January 2020 – June 2021, which showcases our achievements including improving our company performance. Our Vision and Mission continues to inspire us, and our purpose keeps us focused. We are committed...

Incident: KwaMashu, KwaZulu Natal

Incident: KwaMashu, KwaZulu Natal

Houghton, 7 June 2021 – SBV Services confirms an incident occurred at the Nyala Centre, KwaMashu, Durban earlier today. Mark Barrett, Group CEO of SBV Services says, “one of our ATM teams was involved in an incident while servicing an ATM at the Nyala Centre this...

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