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List of banks in Nigeria with their details

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If you are a Nigerian who is industrious and trying to make money online or offline, one of your biggest resources will be a bank. A bank helps you keep your funds, transfer your funds and more. It is very important to know your bank and all its contact information. That is why we are compiling a list of all the banks in Nigeria and their contacts.

There are about 21 commercial banks in Nigeria. At a point there were up to 89 until the consolidation of the banking industry.

The Central bank of Nigeria (CBN) is highest monetary authourity in Nigeria. The CBN have an oversight over the banking industry in Nigeria. Over the years, the CBN has carried out many reforms, one of them being the recapitalization of the banking industry in 2005.

It is safe to bank in all the banks in Nigeria. The Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC) was created in 1988 to protect depositors and guarantee payment of insured funds in the event of failure of insured institutions.

That means even if the banks collapsed, your money should be safe.

Important details you should know about your bank

There are important details that you should know about the banks in Nigeria, especially the one that you are banking with. These details will help make your life easier.

First, it is very important to know the name of your bank. I mean, where do you start from if you do not know the legal name of the bank that you are banking with? It is important and in this article we will help you.

You should also know the website of your bank. This will always come in handy. Because through the website of your bank, you can access internet banking, you can access forms and majority of the information that you may need to make your banking life easier.

Also the customer care number of your bank is very important. There are times things may go wrong and you need to speak with your bank. You may have enquiry to make, knowing your bank’s customer care will help you a lot.

Find the list of banks in Nigeria with their website and phone number below.

List of banks in Nigeria

Here are the list of banks in Nigeria and their details

NameWebsitePhone number
Access Bank Plcaccessbankplc.com+23412802500
Citibank Nigeria Limitedcitigroup.com+23412798400
Diamond Bank Plcdiamondbank.com+23414489830
Ecobank Nigeria Plcecobank.com+2347005000000
Fidelity Bank Plcfidelitybank.ng+2349030005252
First Bank Of Nigeria LTDfirstbanknigeria.com+2347080625000
First City Monument Bank Plcfcmb.com+23412798800
Guaranty Trust Bank Plcgtbank.com+23414480000
Heritage Banking Company LTDhbng.com+23412369000
Keystone Bank Limitedkeystonebankng+23470020003000
Polaris Bank Limitedpolarisbanklimited.com+2348069880000
Providus Bank Limitedprovidusbank.com+23470077684387
Stanbic IBTC Bank Ltdstanbicibtcbank.com+23414222222
Standard Chartered Bank Nigeria Ltdsc.com/ng+23427046114
Sterling Bank Plcsterlingbankng.com+234144844815
SunTrust Bank Nigeria Limitedsuntrustng.com+2349087331440
Union Bank of Nigeria Plcunionbankng.com+23412716816
United Bank For Africa Plcubagroup.com+23412808822
Unity Bank Plcunitybankng.com+2347080666000
Wema Bank Plcwemabank.com+2348039003700
Zenith Bank Plczenithbank.com+234-1-2787000


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