On 26 July 2007 GTBank became the very first Subsaharan bank and first Nigerian joint stock company to be listed on London Stock Exchange and Deutsche Börse. The IPO raised US$750,000,000.
In the same year, they successfully placed Nigeria’s first private Eurobond issue on the international capital markets.
The GTBank USD 500,000,000 Eurobond was the first-ever Benchmark Eurobond issue by a Nigerian corporate and the second Eurobond program by GTBank in the last 5 years.
The long-term debts of Guaranty Trust Bank plc are rated BB- by Standard & Poor’s and AA- by Fitch Ratings, which are the highest ratings for a Nigerian bank.
They introduced online banking and SMS banking in Nigeria and a naira denominated MasterCard as well as the Platinum and World Signia cards and with GTB-on-wheels, mobile branches.
GTBank Nigeria *737# Codes. All GTbank transactions from any phone. Check out the GTBank 737 Codes and what you can do with them. *737*6# shows your Account Balance…
You never know when these GTbank 737 short-codes will come in handy.
These 737 codes can be used to do the following:
Open a GTbank Account
Get GTbank Internet Banking Details
Check your GTbank Account balance
Transfer Cash to other accounts
The table below summarizes GTbank Nigeria’s 737 short-codes and their uses.
GTBank *737# Short-Codes Summary
|Internet Banking Details||*737*6*5#|
|Check Account Balance||*737*6#|
|Airtime Purchase for self||*737*500#|
|Airtime Purchase for Friend||*737*500*Number#|
|GTbank to GTbank Transfers||*737*1*AMT*NUBAN#|
|GTbank to Other Banks||*737*2*AMT*NUBAN#|
AMT = Amount (ie Amount you want to transfer)
NUBAN = Account number (Nigeria Uniform Bank Account Number)
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