Enterprise Bank Limited Victoria Island, Lagos Enterprise Bank Limited (EBL) received a license to operate as a commercial bank from the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) on August 5, 2011. The bank has a capital base of N29.8 billion and an asset base of about N280billion. This immediately gives the new bank a strong competitive edge among the comity of strong banks in the country. With a vision to be the preferred bank for value creation and a mission to delight our stakeholders through a highly motivated workforce using innovative solutions, EBL is set for rapid growth and eventual emergence as one of the most efficient banks within the shortest possible time.
Standard Chartered Bank Victoria Island, Lagos, Standard Charteredre-entered Nigeria in 1999 and opened to customers on 15 September 1999 as awholly owned subsidiary of Standard Chartered Bank Plc, headquartered in UnitedKingdom. It now has Twenty-eight branches located in Lagos, PortHarcourt, Abuja, Ibadan, Kano, Kaduna, Maiduguri, Ota, Aba, Onitsha and Onneoffering a wide range of products and services in both consumer and wholesalebanking. It employs over 650 employees and sees Nigeria as a growth centre.
Stanbic IBTC Bank PLC Victoria Island Lagos, Nigeria The Standard Bank Group merged its Nigerian operations, Stanbic Bank Nigeria with that of IBTC Chartered Bank PLC. The merger, by way of the first ever tender offer in Nigeria and a $525 million FDI, the largest in Nigerian financial history, gave birth to a new entity now known as Stanbic IBTC Bank PLC which became part of the Standard Bank Group. The merger was officiated in August of this year and legalised on the 24th of September 2007.
Keystone Bank Limited Ikeja, Lagos Keystone is an insured, full service commercial bank wholly owned by the Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON) and has met and exceeded all capital and capital adequacy requirements of the CBN.
Citibanks Victoria Island Lagos Nigeria Citi has been doing business in Nigeria since 1984. The bank formerly operated under the name Nigeria International Bank Limited, but was renamed to Citibank Nigeria Limited (Citi Nigeria) in 2008 to fully align with Citi's global brand and identity.