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BANKS NIGERIA


Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN)  
Central Bank of Nigeria's mission statement: To be proactive in providing a stable framework for the economic development of Nigeria through the effective, efficient and transparent implementation of monetary and exchange rate policy and management of the financial sector.

Continental Trust Bank  
Continental trust bank, formally known as MBCOM is a commercial and investment banking company focusing on offening distintive, timely and personalised financial services in the Banking industry in Nigeria and beyond.

Diamond Bank  
Diamond Bank has a branch network of 38, total assets of over N50 billion and shareholders’ funds of N5.2 billion. Diamond Bank's vision is: "Our customers are our treasure which is why we are a customer-centric, service-oriented institution. Our people are equally important assets because they are core to our service commitment."





First Bank Nigeria Plc  
The Bank was incorporated as a limited liability company on March 31, 1894, with Head Office in Liverpool by Sir Alfred Jones, a shipping magnate. First Bank of Nigeria Plc, Nigeria’s premier and reputable banking franchise, has reaffirmed its leadership position post-consolidation, with a rating from foremost global rating agency, Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services (S&P), which assigned the Bank the international Long-term rating of “BB-”, the best rating any Nigerian company could obtain, being the sovereign rating of the country.

Afribank  
Afribank Nigeria Plc is one of the leading banks in Nigeria in terms of both assets and profitability. It is arguably the most diversified financial conglomerate in Nigeria. Afribank Nigeria Plc is proud to offer an array of specialized products code named "Afribank Consumer Solutions Package" (ACSP) designed to help the Nigerian banking public realize their family, business and private goals.

Ecobank  
ECOBANK is a private sector banking group based in 13 countries of West and Central Africa, namely: Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, Guinea, Liberia, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal and Togo where over 109 branches and offices have been created in the last fifteen years. Ecobank Transnational Incorporated (ETI) plays a central role in the definition and implementation of common policies and standards on the basis of a “one bank” concept across the group’s network.

Equitorial Trust Bank  
Equitorial Trust Bank Limited was incorporated as a Limited Liability Company on January 30, 1990 and granted commercial banking licence on February 7, 1990. We commenced business on March 1, 1990 and currently have 70 branches in commercial nerve centres in Nigeria. In Lagos, Nigeria’s business capital, ETB has 28 branches located in strategic parts of the city. We also have a branch in Abuja, Nigeria’s seat of government. ETB is one of the leading financial institutions in Nigeria today licensed to provide a wide range of commercial banking services.

Fidelity Bank  
Fidelity Bank Plc is one of Nigeria's 25 consolidated banks. In nearly 20 years of operation, Fidelity Bank has been reputed for Integrity and Professionalism. The new Fidelity Bank Plc is the result of the merger of three institutions:- Fidelity Bank Plc, FSB International Bank Plc, MannyBank Plc

First City Monument Bank  
First City Group is the leading provider of comprehensive financial services in Nigeria with an integrated interest in investment banking, commercial banking, securities trading, wealth and asset management and share registration services. Kindly click on any of the logos below to learn more about us and our businesses.


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Guaranty Trust Bank  
Guaranty Trust Bank PLC was incorporated in July 1990, as a private limited liability company, wholly owned by Nigerian individuals and Institutions. The Bank was licensed as a Commercial Bank in August 1990 and commenced operation in February 1991.

IBTC Chartered Bank  
IBTC Chartered Bank is a leading Nigerian investment bank and securities firm. Established in 1989, IBTC provides a full range of advisory, investment and financing services to a target clientele, which include a select group of companies and institutions on whose behalf management commits time and energy with a view to establishing and sustaining long term relationships.

Intercontinental Bank plc  
In line with Central Bank of Nigeria's recapitalization policy and ahead of the deadline of December31, 2005, Intercontinental Bank has concluded its merger with three other banks namely Equity Bank of Nigeria Plc, Gateway Bank Plc and Global Bank Plc. The four banks now operate under the brand name "Intercontinental Bank Plc". With the merger, Intercontinental Bank is now the 4th biggest bank in Nigeria in terms of Balance Sheet size, profitability and deposit base. It is presently the most capitalized bank in Nigeria and one of the largest banks in Africa.

NBM bank Limited  
In the year 2000, after 13 years of operating as a merchant bank under the name Nigbel Merchant Bank (Nigeria) Limited, officially assumed the name NBM Bank Limited expanding her scope of operations from wholesale banking to commercial banking. In that same year, NBM Bank became a subsidiary of Belgolaise Bank, following the conclusion of a right issue that increased Belgolaise Bank’s share holding to 50.13 per cent. Coincidentally, in the same year, Belgolaise Bank became a 100 per cent subsidiary of Fortis Group – a global banc-assurance organisation with total assets of over $500 billion.

Oceanic Bank International  
The Bank is one of the largest in Nigeria. Her financial year runs from October 1 to September 30 of the subsequent year. Oceanic bank's impressive performance over the years accounts for the quality of its customer portfolio which includes Corporate Orgnisations, High Net-worth Individuals, the Federal Government and some State Governments.

Stanbic Bank  
Stanbic Bank in Nigeria is part of one of Africa's leading banking and financial services groups, Standard Bank Group Limited, which is based in South Africa and listed on the Johannesburg Securities Exchange. Rooted in Africa and with representation in strategic sub-Saharan markets, Standard Bank is a regional banking force with a global sweep. With total assets of about US$81 billion and employing about 35 000 people worldwide, Standard Bank has the largest presence in Africa of any African bank.

Union Banking Nigeria  
Since its establishment in 1917, the Bank has stood out strongly as a resilient institution, which has served as a veritable hub of the financial intermediation process in Nigeria’s financial system. In line with the Central Bank of Nigeria's banking sector consolidation policy, Union Bank of Nigeria Plc acquired the former Universal Trust Bank Plc and Broad Bank Ltd and absorbed its erstwhile subsidiary Union Merchant Bank Ltd. The Bank also increased its shareholders' funds through a Public Offer/Rights Issue in the last quarter of 2005. With these developments, Union Bank remains one of the most capitalised banks in Nigeria. It has a shareholders’ funds of N102.542billion and operates through 386 network of branches that are well spread across the country, all of which are on-line, real time.

United Bank of Africa  
Today’s United Bank for Africa Plc (UBA) is the product of the merger of Nigeria’s third (3rd) and fifth (5th) largest banks, namely the old UBA and the erstwhile Standard Trust Bank Plc (STB) respectively, and a subsequent acquisition of the erstwhile Continental Trust Bank Limited (CTB). The union emerged as the first successful corporate combination in the history of Nigerian banking.

Wema Bank  
With banking operations spanning sixty years, Wema Bank Plc is reputed to be the longest surviving indigenous bank in Nigeria. Wema Bank Plc is a customer-focused bank. We take delight in learning the intricacies of our customers businesses and preferences, thus our byline “taking you to greater heights.

Zenith Bank  
Zenith Bank has maintained a triple A (Aaa) rating for six consecutive years since 1999, as adjudged by Agusto & Co., Nigeria's foremost rating agency. The bank's mission is to offer a unique range of financial services that underscore our corporate commitment to customer enthusiasm and value creation for stakeholders.

Bank PHB  
Bank PHB, a leading financial services institution is Nigeria’s emerging icon for banking excellence. Our strategic intent is to build a national and diversified franchise by creating superior value for all our stakeholders through unrivaled customer service experience, superior shareholder value, a conducive workplace, and commitment to corporate citizenship.

FIRST INLAND BANK  
First Inland Bank Plc is a merger of four indigenous banks, which started operations on 3 January 2006. The four banks comprising First Atlantic Bank Plc, Inland Bank Plc, NUB International Bank Ltd. and IMB International Bank Plc, all had their areas of competence, which have been synchronized to form the new Bank - First Inland Bank Plc.

Spring Bank  
In line with CBN directive of July 6, 2004 on bank capitalization and consolidation, ACB International Bank Plc, Citizens International Bank Plc, Fountain Trust Bank Plc, Guardian Express Bank Plc, Omega Bank Plc, and Trans International Bank Plc have merged into one mega bank with the name Springbank Plc.

Sterling Bank  
Sterling Bank is one of the 25 Banks that emerged following the conclusion of the banking industry consolidation exercise in January, 2006. The Bank comprises of the erstwhile Indo-Nigerian Bank Ltd, Magnum Trust Bank Plc, NAL Bank Plc, NBM Bank Ltd, and Trust Bank of Africa Ltd.

Skye Bank  
Skye Bank currently has shareholders funds in excess of the =N=25 billion minimum requirement. The bank is set to take its customers to a new level in retail banking by developinbg innovate consumer products that will suit their needs. Skye Bank is a full service Bank with diversified product base and a national network of branches covering the major business locations in Nigeria in all the geo political zones of the country.

BOND BANK LTD  
We empower individuals, organizations and businesses with our unique services. Diversification being our core strategy; we specialize in Business Opportunity , Jobs , Product Of The Bank and an array of other services. Our mission is to provide quality resources.




















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