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Sterling Bank Sort Codes Across Nigeria

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  • Sort Codes Sterling 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 Sterling Bank sort codes and branches across Nigeria.

S/N SORT CODES  BRANCHES
1 232150016 HEAD OFFICE
2 232150029 APAPA (CREEK ROAD)
3 232150032 BALOGUN
4 232150045 ADEOLA HOPEWELL, V.I.
5 232150058 IKEJA (OBA AKRAN)
6 232150061 MARINA
7 232150074 VICTORIA ISLAND
8 232150087 IKEJA
9 232150090 APAPA
10 232150100 OKE ARIN
11 232150113 IDUMOTA
12 232150126 IKEJA (ALLEN AVENUE)
13 232150139 VICTORIA ISLAND
14 232150142 DALEKO
15 232150155 WILLOUGHBY
16 232150168 IDDO
17 232150171 IPONRI
18 232150184 OJUWOYE
19 232150197 IGBOSERE
20 232150207 BROAD STREET
21 232150210 ILUPEJU
22 232150223 COKER
23 232150236 IDIMU
24 232150249 IFAKO
25 232150252 IYANA IPAJA
26 232150265 TIN CAN
27 232150278 OPEBI
28 232150281 OTA
29 232150294 IKOYI
30 232150304 IKEJA
31 232150317 BERGER (APAPA)
32 232150320 MARTINS STREET
33 232150333 APAPA
34 232150346 OKE-ARIN
35 232150359 DOPEMU
36 232150362 TRADE FAIR
37 232150375 MATORI
38 232150388 IDUMAGBO
39 232150391 VICTORIA ISLAND
40 232150401 APAPA
41 232150414 IKEJA
42 232150427 VICTORIA ISLAND (OZUMBA)
43 232110014 KADUNA
44 232110043 KADUNA
45 232100011 ABA
46 232100053 OWERRI
47 232190018 IBADAN
48 232190021 IWO
49 232190034 IBADAN (DUGBE)
50 232190063 IBADAN (J. ALLEN)
51 232120017 KANO
52 232120020 KANO
53 232120033 KANO
54 232120046 KANO
55 232120075 KANO
56 232120143 DUTSE
57 232210011 PORT HARCOURT
58 232210024 PORT HARCOURT
59 232210037 PORT HARCOURT
60 232210040 YENAGOA
61 232210053 PORT HARCOURT
62 232210082 PORT HARCOURT
63 232080018 ABUJA (WUSE)
64 232080021 ABUJA (GARKI)
65 232080034 ABUJA (GARKI)
66 232080047 ABUJA
67 232080050 ABUJA (WUSE)
68 232080092 ABUJA (WUSE)
69 232080102 ABUJA (GARKI)
70 232250013 ONITSHA
71 232250026 ONITSHA
72 232250039 ONITSHA
73 232250110 BRIDGEHEAD
74 232180015 ORE
75 232180028 AKURE
76 232040016 BENIN
77 232250042 ENUGU
78 232040029 ASABA
79 232150456 SURULERE
80 232060012 MAIDUGURI
81 232070015 CALABAR
82 232170012 ABEOKUTA
83 232040032 WARRI
84 232010017 UYO
85 232150443 YABA
86 232200018 JOS
87 232130010 KATSINA
88 232150472 IBRU JETTY
89 232220014 SOKOTO
90 232370016 GUSAU
91 232140013 ILORIN
92 232030013 BAUCHI

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CBN Grants Lotus Bank Non-Interest Banking Licence

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The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) on Thursday, June 17, granted a non-interest banking licence to Lotus Bank Limited.

This was contained in a statement titled ‘CBN grants Lotus Bank licence to commence non-interest banking operations’.

The statement read in part: “Lotus Bank seeks to pursue the mission of creating value and growth for all through digital innovation and best-in-class customer experience for Nigerians.”

Commenting on the grants, the founder and managing director of Lotus Capital (the pioneers of non-interest finance in Nigeria), Hajara Adeola, said the bank was starting its operations on a solid foundation of experienced leadership and a strong advisory council of experts.

Adeola explained that the bank is managed by a team of seasoned professionals and financial experts led by the Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer, Kafilat Araoye, who has over 25 years of commercial banking experience.

She added that the institution’s focus and guiding principle is ‘to deliver an alternative option to interest-based banking and to cater to the needs of not just the banked but also the underbanked and unbanked population.

According to her, non-interest banking was geared towards supporting the real sector and Lotus Bank aimed to improve financial inclusion in the country.

The founder of the bank, however, disclosed that it would operate transparent pricing models as it was the norm in non-interest banking.

The statement added: “Our values are deeply rooted in partnership. A critical component of our mission is the provision of innovative solutions that drive ethical prosperity for all stakeholders.

“We pride ourselves on digital solutions that provide our customers with the convenience of unlimited access to our services and products.”

“Our products and service offerings will include non-interest business financing, deposit products (current, savings and investment accounts) and personal financing.”

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Fidelity GAIM Season 4 Final Draw To Hold On July 22

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One of the leading financial institution in Nigeria, Fidelity Bank Plc, has announced plans to enrich the lives of fifteen Nigerians with a total of 39 million Naira at the final draw of the “Get Alert in Millions Campaign (GAIM)” Season 4 savings promo, slated for July 22, 2021.

The savings promotion, which is specifically aimed at promoting the culture of saving among Nigerians, is one of the bank’s many initiatives aimed at rewarding new and existing customers for their unwavering loyalty and patronage.

Despite the fact that the promotion was halted in 2020 due to the Coronavirus (Covid-19) Pandemic and the resulting global lockdown, hundreds of Nigerians have benefited from this unique reward scheme in which lucky customers are credited with millions of naira and consolation prizes via a draw system.

The Chairman, Promo Committee, Fidelity Bank Plc, Mr. Richard Madiebo expressed his delight at the resumption of the savings promotion, stating that the campaign seeks to reward customers for their loyalty and patronage. According to Mr. Madiebo, for the past twelve years, the bank has empowered new and existing customers, providing an avenue for many to change their fortunes through its savings Promo.

He stated that the bank takes pride in keeping its promises, adding that the lender would continue to look out for innovative ways to satisfy and enrich its customers across the nation.

“And as we wind down on the 4th season of the GAIM promo, we are elated at the prospect of not only driving financial inclusion across Nigeria but also at the unique opportunity to enrich the lives of our customers especially in times of economic uncertainties”, noted Madiebo

Over the years, the leading tier two Bank has continued to intensify its efforts and innovate ways towards ensuring customer and stakeholder satisfaction. Through this promo, Fidelity Bank has promoted financial inclusion through digital channels and enriched the lives of its customers even in times of economic uncertainties.

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Zenith Bank Gets Recognition for Best Corporate Governance

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Zenith Bank Plc’s strong business ethos, ethical values, and impeccable corporate governance have been rewarded with ‘Best Corporate Governance’ Financial Services’ Africa 2021 award by the Ethical Boardroom.

The bank, in a statement yesterday, said the award, published in the June 2021 edition of The Ethical Boardroom magazine, recognised the bank’s adherence to global best practices and institutionalisation of corporate governance as well as setting an industry-wide example of best practices in that field.

Commenting on the award, Group Managing Director/Chief Executive of Zenith Bank Plc, Mr. Ebenezer Onyeagwu, said: “This recognition is a testament to our commitment to quality, accountability, fairness and transparency in our engagement with all stakeholders.

“It is also an affirmation of the bank’s professionalism, ethical conduct and sustenance of global best practices and standards which is attributable to the joint collaboration of the management and staff.”
The award comes on the heels of others and recognitions that the bank has garnered in recent times for its track record of excellent performance and commitment to global best practices.

For instance, Zenith Bank was voted as Bank of the Year (Nigeria) in The Banker’s Bank of the Year Awards 2020; Best Bank in Nigeria in the Global Finance World’s Best Banks Awards 2020 and 2021, and Best Corporate Governance’ Financial Services’ Africa 2020 by the Ethical Boardroom.

Also, the bank emerged as the Most Valuable Banking Brand in Nigeria in the Banker Magazine Top 500 Banking Brands 2020 and 2021, and Number One Bank in Nigeria by Tier-1 Capital in the “2020 Top 1000 World Banks” Ranking by The Banker Magazine.

Similarly, the bank was recognised as Bank of the Decade (People’s Choice) at the THISDAY Awards 2020, Retail Bank of the year at the 2020 BusinessDay Banks and Other Financial Institutions (BOFI) Awards, and Best Company in Promotion of Good Health and Well-Being as well as Best Company in Promotion of Gender Equality and Women Empowerment at the Sustainability, Enterprise and Responsibility (SERAS) Awards 2020.

Zenith Bank has been generally adjudged a corporate governance compliant bank by the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) hence its listing on the Premium Board of the Exchange.

The bank continues to sustain this reputation and reappraise its processes to ensure that its business conforms to the highest global standards at all times.

The bank places a premium on its core business strategy anchored on people, technology and service, to create value for its numerous clientele.

“With a team of dedicated professionals, the bank leverages its robust Information and Communication Technology (ICT) infrastructure to provide cutting-edge solutions and products through its network of branches and electronic/digital channels,” the statement added.

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