Mainstreet Bank Limited Marina, Lagos Mainstreet Bank Limited is repostioning to become the most customer-centric bank in Nigeria. Our entire banking system and ideology is centered on bringing every one of our customers or users of any of our bank or financial products or services to the achievement of their financial goals. We have reengineered the heart and soul of our banking system and we have achieved a new positioning which has seen us attract the best talents in the Nigerian Banking Industry. Our effective robust and disciplined approach to investment and risk management has positioned us to deliver amazing value to every stakeholder.
Wema Bank PLC Marina Lagos Nigeria Incorporated in 1945 as a Private Limited Liability Company (under the old name of Agbomagbe Bank Limited) and commencing banking operations in Nigeria the same year, Wema Bank later transformed into a Public Limited Company (PLC) in April 1987 and was listed on the floor of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) in January 1990. On February 5, 2001, Wema Bank Plc was granted a universal banking licence by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), thus allowing the Bank provide the Nigerian public with diverse financial and business advisory services.
United Bank for Africa (UBA) UBA’s history dates back to 1948 when the British and French Bank Limited (“BFB”) commenced business in Nigeria and the erstwhile STB and CTB both in 1990. Following Nigeria’s independence from Britain, UBA was incorporated in 1961 to take over the business of BFB. Although today’s UBA emerged at a time of industry consolidation induced by regulation, the consolidated UBA was borne out of a desire to lead the domestic sector to a new era of global relevance by championing the creation of the Nigerian consumer finance market, leading a private/public sector partnership at supporting the acceleration of Nigeria’s economic development, and growing the institution from a banking to a one-stop financial services institution, while spreading its footprints across Africa to earn the reputation as the face of banking in the continent.
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.
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.