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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.

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
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
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

CEO/Founder Investors King Ltd, a foreign exchange research analyst, contributing author on New York-based Talk Markets and, with over a decade experience in the global financial markets.


Banks’ Credit to Economy Hits N19.33 Trillion in August



Godwin Emefile

Deposit Money Banks Credit to Economy Rose to N19.33 Trillion in August

The total credit facility to the economy rose to N19.33 trillion in the month of August.

The Central Bank of Nigeria-led monetary committee disclosed on Tuesday after the nation’s monetary policy committee meeting.

The committee attributed the improvement to the 65 percent loan-to-deposit ratio policy implemented to compel the nation’s deposit money banks to join central bank efforts at growing the real sector of the economy.

Godwin Emefiele, the Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, who spoke during the meeting said “The bank’s policy on Loan to Deposit ratio also resulted in a significant growth in credit to various sectors from N15.57tn to N19.33tn between end-May 2019 and end-August 2020, an increase of N3.77tn.

“This growth in credit was mainly to manufacturing (N866.27bn), consumer credit (N527.65bn), oil and gas (N477.65bn), agriculture (N287.11bn) and construction (N270.97bn).”

On monetary aggregates, broad money supply (M3) rose to 6.93 per cent (year-to-date) in August 2020 from 5.23 per cent in July 2020, reflecting the increase in both Net Foreign Assets and Net Domestic Assets.

He said total domestic credit grew by 6.94 percent in August 2020, lower than the 9.43 percent recorded in July 2020.

The committee reduced the nation’s benchmark interest rate by 100 basis points to 11.5 percent, down from the previous 12.5 percent.

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Emerging Cities Take on Established Hubs for Graduates Seeking a Career in Finance




Graduates Seeking a Career in Finance Prefer Dubai to Start Their Career

Dubai is the number one global destination for graduates who successfully complete the flagship graduate programme at one of the world’s largest independent financial advisory organisations.

On passing the intensive scheme, deVere Group routinely asks graduates in which location within the Group’s global network of offices they would like to start their international financial services career. This year, 36% have responded with Dubai.

The second most popular is London (25%); Hong Kong is third (14 %); Mexico City is fourth (13%) and Moscow is fifth (6%).

The remaining 6% is made up of other destinations including Shanghai, Geneva, Paris, and Abu Dhabi.

deVere Group CEO and founder Nigel Green comments: “This survey highlights that the next generation of financial services professionals are open to look beyond the traditional and more established global financial hubs.

“The order of the top destinations changes with each group of grads we take on, but Dubai, London, and Hong Kong are typically in the top five somewhere.

“This is because, quite understandably, these global hubs of finance, commerce and technology represent centres of enormous possibilities for ambitious individuals about to embark on careers as international wealth-advisory and fintech professionals.

“There are some common traits amongst these cities, including that English is commonly spoken, they are politically and economically stable, there is a high level of internationally-minded high net worth individuals, and by relocating to these places one can usually expect comparatively high financial rewards.”

He continues: “What is different this year is that for the first time emerging financial hub cities are making the top five. Mexico City and Moscow are now actively competing for top talent with well-established international financial centres like Shanghai, Geneva and Tokyo.

“All these global destinations are unique and differ from each other in terms of the lifestyle they offer and in terms of clients’ expectations, economic environments and regulatory conditions.

“With each of the top five cities offering unique opportunities and challenges, each one attracts grads who have often quite markedly different strengths and weaknesses, skill sets and aspirations,” notes Mr Green.

“The results of this survey suggest that despite the pandemic, talented young people seeking a rewarding career are keen to look for opportunities internationally.”

The deVere CEO concludes: “With a globally-focused outlook from the wealth advisers and fintech professionals of the future, we can expect this trend of emerging hub cities to take on stalwart destinations to continue for the foreseeable future.”

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Adesina, Godwin Emefiele, Others to Deliver Keynote Address at ASA 2020



Akinwumi Adesina

Adesina and Godwin Emefiele to Deliver Keynote Speech at Agriculture Summit Africa (ASA) 2020

The President of the African Development Bank (AfDB), President Dr. Akinwunmi Adesina, is expected to deliver the keynote address at the 2020 Agriculture Summit Africa (ASA) holding this week.

The yearly summit organised by Sterling Bank is titled ‘Fast forward agriculture: Exploiting the Next Revolution’ this year.

According to the organisers, participants were expected to log in online while a few others would be in Lagos and Abuja studios.

In a statement released on Tuesday, Yemi Odubiyi, the Executive Director of Corporate and Investment Banking, Sterling Bank said other dignitaries were expected to deliver goodwill messages at the summit.

Some of the names mentioned were the governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Mr. Godwin Emefiele; Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Alhaji Muhammad Sabo Nanono; Cross River State Governor, Prof. Ben Ayade; his Kebbi counterpart, Senator Atiku Bagudu; and the Oniru of Iru Kingdom, Oba Abdulwasiu Omogbolahan Lawal.

Director, Advocacy and Country Alignment Function (ACAF), Director-General’s Office, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), Dr. Kwasi Attah-Krah, is expected to deliver another keynote address on the second day.

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