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Access Bank Sort Codes Across Nigeria



  • Sort Codes of Access Bank in Nigeria

A Sort Code identifies both the bank and the branch where an account is domiciled. A sort code is a 9-digit number with the first 3 digits identifying the bank’s code, while the next digit represents the location and the last 5 digits tell the branch.

Below is the complete list of Access Bank sort codes and branches across Nigeria.

1 044150013 BURMA RD
2 044150026 IDUMOTA
3 044150039 BROAD STREET
4 044150042 AGUDA
5 044190057 OSOGBO
6 044150068 IKORODU
7 044150071 DALEKO
8 044150084 IKEJA
9 044080099 AMINU KANO
10 044210102 T/AMADI
11 044150110 UDS
12 044110121 KADUNA
13 044120137 KANO
14 044150149 V/ISLAND
15 044150152 ONIKAN
16 044150165 ONIPANU
17 044180177 AKURE
18 044250188 ENUGU
19 044190196 IBADAN
20 044100209 ABA
21 044200222 JOS
22 044040233 WARRI
23 044210241 OLUOBASANJO
24 044040259 ASABA
25 044070261 CALABAR
26 044030272 GOMBE
27 044250285 ONITSHA
28 044150291 IDEJO
29 044040301 BENIN
30 044270317 KEBBI
31 044150327 APAPA 2
32 044050333 MAKURDI
33 044030340 BAUCHI
34 044060352 MAIDUGURI
35 044010360 UYO
36 044170378 ABEOKUTA
37 044180384 ADO-EKITI
38 044140395 ILORIN
39 044160401 MINNA
40 044210429 ONNE
42 044150440 ADENIYI JONES
43 044150453 CREEK RD
44 044150466 TRADE FAIR
45 044150479 TINCAN
46 044150482 AKOKA
47 044150495 OLD OJO
48 044150505 IPAJA
49 044150518 PALM AVENUE
50 044150521 APONGBON
51 044150534 SIMBIAT ABIOLA
52 044190549 IWO RD
53 044210555 AZIKIWE RD, PH
55 044150990 HEAD OFFICE
57 044150680 ALABA INT. MKT BRANCH
58 044150670 ASPAMDA
60 044150657 IKOTA
61 044150710 MARYLAND
62 044150740 MATORI
63 044150730 OGUNLANA DRIVE
64 044330620 ABAKALIKI
65 044340380 ADO-EKITI
67 044020760 AWKA
69 044210610 BONNY CASH CENTRE
70 044370770 GUSAU
71 044120211 KANKIA
72 044130570 KATSINA
73 044200750 LAFIA
74 044250700 NNEWI
76 044250790 OGUI RD
77 044100580 OWERRI
78 044220410 SOKOTO
80 044230720 UMUAHIA
81 044040690 UNIBEN
82 044320630 YENOGOA
83 044090590 YOLA
84 044151034 ADEYEMO ALAKIJA
85 044210925 AGIP ROAD
86 044080943 ASOKORO ABUJA
87 044210934 BANK RD
88 044120968 DUTSE
89 044150816 FESTAC
90 044080874 GARKI
91 044150847 IBAFON
92 044151018 IDI ARABA
93 044150839 ILUPEJU
94 044090956 JALINGO
95 044081048 KUBWA
96 044151056 LEKKI
97 044150827 LIGALI AYORINDE
98 044280826 LOKOJA
99 044151084 MARINA BOI
102 044150883 OGBA
103 044151005 OSOLO
104 044150857 POINT RD
105 044211074 RUMUOKORO
106 044210106 TRANS AMADI
108 044040978 USELU
109 044081067 WUSE MARKET

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FG to Earn N462 Billion from Electronic Money Transfer Levy in 2021 – World Bank



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The World Bank has said the Federal Government of Nigeria will earn an estimated N462 billion from electronic money transfer levy in 2021.

The leading multilateral financial institution disclosed in its ‘Resilience through Reforms’ report.

The Federal Government had introduced a levy on electronic money transfer in the Finance Act 2020 to take advantage of the growing electronic transfer in the country and up revenue generation.

The electronic money transfer levy is a single one-off charge of N50 on electronic fund transfer in any deposit money bank or financial institution on any type of account on sums of N10,000 or more.

Akpan Ekpo, the Chairman of the Foundation for Economic Research and Training, who spoke in a telephone interview voiced his concerns on the levy.

He said, “The levy is remitted to the government, which is fine. But I think the savers, the people who use the transfer channels, are over-levied. You pay maintenance fee, transfer fee, and I think if this level of levying continues, it will discourage people from using electronic channels.

“Personally, I think the EMT levy should be out of the Finance Act. There is too much burden on the citizens, although the government is making great money from it. Let us hope they use the money wisely, but it shouldn’t have been put there in the first place.

“It is a law now; there is nothing that can be done about it. But I hope it is used wisely, and they would be transparent about how the money is being used.”

Akpan said the EMT levy would discourage individuals outside the formal banking net.

He said, “With the EMT levy, more people are discouraged from using the banks and its services. A lot of Nigerians sell in rural areas, and are outside the financial system net.

“With the EMT, more people are further excluded. There really was no need to introduce the EMT; it will discourage those who are not already in the formal banking sector from even coming into it. It is likely to further deepen the financial exclusion of many Nigerians.”

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Hope PSBANK Collaborates With FG To Create 100 Jobs In Each Local Government



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Hope Payment Service Bank, a subsidiary of Unified Payment Services Limited and Nigeria’s premier digital bank is collaborating with the Federal Government through the Ministry of Labour and Productivity to create jobs for no fewer than 77,400 people across the country.

The employment opportunity is part of the exit strategy of the Federal Government’s Special Public Works Programme being executed alongside the bank by empowering 100 Nigerians in each of the 774 local governments.

Speaking at the official kick-off of the collaboration, the Managing Director, Hope Payment Service Bank, Mr. Ayotunde Kuponiyi noted that the digital bank serves as an enabling platform that would interface with 77,400 beneficiaries selected from the Special Works Programme of the FG to exit them into self-employment.

Kuponiyi stressed that the focus of the collaboration is geared towards empowering beneficiaries through the agency banking platform in carrying out financial services such as account opening, bills payments, fund transfer, cash in/cash for Nigerians while they earn commission in return with just the use of their smartphones.

According to him, this initiative comes at no cost to the beneficiaries as they can use their phones to carry out agency banking activities for which they earn commissions on each activity carried out. “Once on board, these beneficiaries will become HOPE PSBANK agents. They will undergo training on the various activities by the bank at no cost to them”, he added.

“We are very excited about this collaboration with the Ministry, which is in line with the thrust of the social objectives of Hope Payment Service Bank – poverty reduction through financial inclusion and diffusion of digital financial services”, he said.

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Airtel Partners AXA Mansard, Unveils Mobile Health Insurance via USSD



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Airtel Nigeria and AXA Mansard, have entered a strategic partnership to deepen access, participation and enrolment in health insurance for more Nigerians.

The partnership by Airtel and AXA Mansard is in response to the Federal Government’s goal, through the National Health Insurance Scheme, to provide easy access to healthcare for all Nigerians by leveraging on the USSD channel, an easy-to-use and interactive platform.

By dialing the shortcode, *987*7#, Airtel customers can now conveniently enroll for affordable and robust health insurance plans from AXA Mansard, with access to over 1,000 hospitals nationwide for quality healthcare services.

Commenting on Airtel’s partnership with AXA Mansard on the Mobile Health Insurance, the Head Mobile Financial Services, Airtel Nigeria, Muyiwa Ebitanmi, said the mobile health insurance initiative demonstrates Airtel’s commitment to providing innovative and relevant solutions that will empower more Nigerians to conveniently access best-in-class health insurance value offerings.

“Airtel Nigeria is always exploring innovative ways and platforms that will make life easier, more meaningful and more enjoyable for Nigerians. With this initiative, we are not just delivering bespoke health insurance services to the doorstep of more people, we are also leading a quiet revolution that will drive and deepen health insurance inclusion by removing the many barriers that have hitherto excluded many well-meaning Nigerians from participating in the sector.”

Speaking about the Mobile Health Insurance initiative, the Head, Emerging Customers and Digital Partnerships Group at AXA Mansard, Mr. Alfred Egbai, stated that “our research has shown the value and importance of having a health insurance plan to the public especially for the emerging customers in the country, but for many reasons, the uptake of insurance products has been low”.

He continued, “In order to mitigate these challenges and satisfy the health needs of the retail consumer whilst also encouraging the uptake of health insurance in the country, we have partnered with Airtel Nigeria to provide a solution that gives users a convenient way to purchase and manage their AXA Mansard micro-insurance plans.”

Malaria Cover, Inpatient, Outpatient, Specialist medical consultations, Immunizations, Family planning, Ambulance services, Dental care and more are some of the covers provided in the AXA Mansard Health plans.

“The challenges to the implementation of health insurance schemes hitherto include a low level of awareness, affordability, ineffective distribution systems and inefficient payment models.

“The partnership between Airtel Nigeria and AXA Mansard is aimed at solving these challenges and assisting Nigerians to access a viable Health Insurance Scheme,” he said

Airtel Nigeria, as a socially responsible organization, will continue to partner with industry leaders to bring products and services that will touch the lives of its subscribers in very positive ways.

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