Banks

List of Banks in Nigeria

Zenith Bank

zenith-bank-nigeria-logoZenith is Nigeria’s largest bank and ranked as the 7th best bank in Africa. It was founded in 1990 and it is listed on both the Nigerian and London Stock Exchange.Learn More

First Bank

first bank of nigeria plc logoFirst Bank of Nigeria is Nigeria’s biggest bank in terms of total deposits and operates a network of over 750 branches across Africa and around the world. In Nigeria it has over 10 million customers and employs over 7,000 staff. Learn More

Fidelity Bank Nigeria

fidelity-bank-logoFidelity Bank is one of the largest banks in Nigeria which has over 220 branches nationally and is listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange. Learn More

Guaranty Trust Bank

GT-bank-logoGuaranty Trust Bank, or GTB as it’s known, has over 10,000 employees and has introduced many innovations to the Nigerian banking sector. Learn More

Heritage Bank

heritagebank-logoHeritage Bank Plc. was founded in 1989 as Societe Generale Bank (Nigeria). In 2012, it was re-issued a banking license and is now licensed as a National BankLearn More

Access Bank

access-bank-logoAccess Bank is part of the Access Bank Group and was founded in 1989. Since then, it has grown into a significant player in the African banking scene with operations in many countries including Ghana, Rwanda and Zambia. Learn More

United Bank

united-bank-logoUnited Bank for Africa (UBA) Plc is a significant player in the Nigerian banking sector with operations in 19 African countries and been in operation since 1949. In 2005, it merged with Standard Trust Bank (STB) which was one of the largest mergers in Nigeria’s history. Learn More

Diamond Bank

diamond-bank-nigeria-logoDiamond Bank is one of the largest banks in West Africa with over 240 branches in Nigeria, 20 branches in Benin Republic, 2 branches in Senegal, 1 branch in Togo and 3 branches in Cote d’Ivoire. Learn More

CitiBank Nigeria

citibank-logoCitiBank is the oldest international bank operating in Nigeria as it has been active since 1984. Today Citi has 12 banks spread across the country. Learn More

Ecobank

ecobank-logoEcobank was founded in 1986 and is one of the top 5 banks in Nigeria with over 600 branches providing a full range of services including Retail Banking, Wholesale Banking and Investment Banking services. Learn More

Standard Chartered Bank

standard-chartered-logoStandard Chartered Bank Nigeria originally began in 1965, but after many changes, it re-entered again in 1999 as a subsidiary of Standard Chartered Bank Plc in London. Learn More