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#1 » by Excelsior (β543) » March 3rd, 2012, 7:47 am

Below are the 3-digit codes of all Nigeria banks. These codes are peculiar to each bank and they play vital roles in the banks identifications as well as in their payments and funds transfers. For example, these 3-digit codes precede all sort codes of all branches of each bank. For example, every sort code of Access bank branches must start with 044.

S/N Bank Code

1. Access Bank 044
2. Afribank 014
3. Citibank 023
4. Diamond Bank 063
5. Ecobank 050
6. Equitorial Trust Bank 040
7. First Bank 011
8. FCMB 214
9. Fidelity Bank 070
10. Finbank 085
11. Guaranty Trust Bank 058
12. Intercontinental Bank 069
13. Oceanic Bank 056
14. BankPhb 082
15. Skye Bank 076
16. SpringBank 084
17. StanbicIBTC 221
18. Standard Chartered Bank 068
19. Sterling Bank 232
20. United Bank for Africa 033
21. Union Bank 032
22. Wema bank 035
23. Zenith Bank 057
24. Unity bank 215

Hoping this may become useful as a quick reference someday.


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#2 » by christzkid (β0) » October 1st, 2018, 10:12 am

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#3 » by Prodigy (β4032) » October 1st, 2018, 2:34 pm

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#4 » by Yinka (β774) » October 1st, 2018, 3:08 pm

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#5 » by segfol (β0) » May 30th, 2019, 6:47 pm

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