List of Nigerian Banks: Nigerian banks and their websites are among the most sought information online. All Nigerian banks now have websites in order to meet the huge demand for internet banking.
Customers of Nigerian banks are happy interacting with their websites because of its mobile-friendliness, excellent U.I experience and security. Here are the list of the Nigerian banks and their websites.
Access bank is among Africa’s top financial institutions. It has over 300 branches across Africa and in financial hubs of United Kingdom and Asia. The bank is known for its sustainable business practice, coupled with its profitable investment banking.
Among banks that operate internationally in Nigeria, Citibank is the oldest. It was established in 1984 and what stands out about the bank is its great service delivery. The bank is popular for being the Joint Lead Manager/Lead Arranger for Federal Republic of Nigeria US$3 billion Eurobond.
Opened for business in 1986, Ecobank offers a wide variety of banking services including retail, wholesale and investment banking.
Their customers enjoy quality savings account, loans of all types and credit and debit cards. The bank increased its national presence when it purchased Oceanic Bank in 2011. Ecobank has close to 1,400 branches across Africa and has a total asset of close to 2 trillion Naira.
Fidelity Bank provides a wide range of banking service. Its banking activities involves retail, corporate and investment banking. The bank is known for its accountability and work ethics.
First Bank Nigeria
First Bank is arguably the largest financial institution in Nigeria. It also holds the title of the most valuable bank in Nigeria.
The bank has more than 8 million customers and about 700 bank branches. The bank provides a wide range of quality services for its customers.
First City Monument Bank
Nigerian Bank Website: www.fcmb.com/
First City Monument Bank was established in 1983 without the support of the government at that time. The bank has taken a trajectory growth that has seen it emerge as a leading financial service provider in the country.
Guaranty Trust Bank
Guaranty Trust Bank (commonly known as GTB) is a leading Nigerian Bank, that is known for its superior customer service delivery and quality financial performance. The bank has been making waves internationally where it won the Best Bank in Nigeria award during the global finance magazine awards 2019.
Heritage Bank is nicknamed the ‘small business bank’ for a reason. It is known for its support for small businesses. It was established in 2012 with a vision to emerge the most profitable bank, with a great service culture.
Keystone Bank emerged as a successor to the Bank PHB in 2011. The bank owns over 150 branches nationwide and it has great corporate governance and investment management.
Polaris Bank purchased the asset of Skye Bank (defunct) in 2018, with the vision of delivering better service in ICT experience and financial services delivery. The bank aims to provide innovative and sustainable banking products.
Stanbic IBTC Bank
Stanbic IBTC is a major player in the Nigerian banking industry. The bank has over 200 branches located across Nigerian cities. It offers a host of banking retail and wholesale services and has an asset worth 1.42 trillion Naira.
Sterling Bank is ‘the one customer bank’ has revolutionized customer service delivery in Nigeria. The bank has up to fifty years of operation as a Nigerian financial institution. It was awarded The Banker Africa Most Innovative Bank West Africa by New African Magazine.
Union Bank of Nigeria
Nigerian Bank Websites: https://www.unionbankng.com/
In 1917, Union Bank was formed as a premium Nigerian financial institution, with a durable brand and customer networks. The bank is a trustworthy and dedicated platform with over 400 branches and a little over a thousand ATMs. Union Bank won the Innovative Financial Brand of the Year.
United Bank of Africa
The United Bank for Africa is a reputable global bank. The bank traces its history to 1949, it has a great customer base and a respectable financial portfolio.
In 2006, it was the first bank that surpassed the 1 trillion Naira balance sheet size. The bank currently has a presence in twenty African countries.
Unity Bank is among the newest Nigerian banks, as the bank opened its door for business in 2006. With the slogan ‘succeeding together’, the bank operates with close to 200 branches including in Lagos and Abuja.
Wema Bank was established over 70 years ago, and still today, it still offers premier banking services including an innovative platform that seeks to improve the financial goal of customers. In 2019, it posted a profit of over 4 billion Naira profit.
Zenith Bank began operations in 1990, and in 2013, the bank sold its shares in the London Stock Exchange, worth over 700 million dollars. The bank has made a name through its ambitious banking practices and excellent adaptation to customers’ needs.
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