FIRST Capital Bank (FCB) on Monday relisted on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) after it changed its name from Barclays Bank of Zimbabwe. In October, 2017, Malawi Stock Exchange listed FMB Capital Holdings (FMB) acquired a 42 percent stake in the bank from Barclays Bank Plc (Barclays) , kicking off a transition which the parties said would see the bank switching from Barclays to FMB branding over a period of three years. Samuel Matsekete, the FCB chief executive, said both Barclays and FMB were committed to ensuring a smooth and seamless transition. “In Zimbabwe, the bank will be cobranded with Barclays for the period to October 2020,” he said at the bank’s rebranding ceremony yesterday. “Our commitment and focus is…