Banks in Nigeria

Banks in Nigeria

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Unity bank
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Unity Bank plc

Unity Bank Nigeria Ltd.
Address: Head Office: Plot 497, Central Business District, Abogo Largema Street, Abuja
Phone: +234 9 6701082-9; Fax: +234 1 5238759

Plot 785, Herbert Macaulay Way Central Business District FCT Abuja, Nigeria
Telephone: 234-09-4616700-5, 234-09-2342553 Fax:234-09-4616730,234-09-2347957

Unity bank is about Unity. It is a big bank in Nigeria and operates as a full-fledged financial services institution, with a strong capital presently in excess of N30billion and a deposit base of over N150billion.

Unity bank was formed as a result of the consolidation exercise mandated by the CBN under the governorship of Porfessor Chuwkuma Charles Soludo, from a merger of nine banks namely;
- First Interstate Bank
- Intercity Bank
- Pacific bank
- Bank of the North
- Tropical Commercial
- Centrepoint Bank
- Societe Bancaire
- NNB International Bank
- New Africa Bank.

Unity bank is also technology driven having invested heavily on a robust technology package that runs on Oracle platform (Oracle 10g) called – "BANKS". UnityBank is one of the few banks in Africa using that latest version of "BANKS".

On it's website, Unity ank states its business focus thus;
"We are a full service financial services institution, with keen interest in delighting our customers. To achieve this, we have developed tailor made financial services that focus on:

Current accounts
Savings accounts
Special savings accounts
Hybrid accounts
Investment accounts (Fixed, call deposits, Bankers' Acceptance, Commercial Papers and Guaranteed Commercial Papers)
Foreign Exchange transaction services (Money transfers, Letters of Credit, Bill for collection and Travelers cheques".

Unity bank is a truly Nigerian bank and is strong for the future.

Go to Unity bank website

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