The sort code is a unique identifier assigned to each bank in Nigeria. It is used to facilitate electronic funds transfers between banks. The sort code consists of six digits, the first two digits representing the bank’s location, the next two digits representing the bank’s branch, and the last two digits representing the bank’s product code.
The following is a list of all the sort codes for banks in Nigeria:
|Bank Name||Sort Code|
|Access Bank Plc||44150149|
|Diamond Bank Plc||63150162|
|Ecobank Nigeria Plc||50150311|
|Equatorial Trust Bank Limited||40150101|
|Fidelity Bank Plc||70150003|
|First Bank Of Nigeria Plc||11152303|
|First City Monument Bank Plc||214150018|
|Guaranty Trust Bank Plc||58152052|
|Nigeria International Bank (Citigroup)||23150005|
|Polaris Bank Plc||76151006|
|Stanbic-Ibtc Bank Plc||221159522|
|Standard Chartered Bank Nigeria Ltd||68150057|
|Sterling Bank Plc||232150029|
|United Bank For Africa Plc||33154282|
|Union Bank Of Nigeria Plc||32156825|
|Unity Bank Plc||215082334|
|Wema Bank Plc||35150103|
|Zenith Bank Plc||57150526|
How to use the sort code
The sort code is used to facilitate electronic funds transfers between banks. When you are making a transfer, you will need to provide the sort code of the bank you are sending the money to. You can find the sort code on your bank statement or by contacting your bank.
To make a transfer, you will need to provide the following information:
- The sort code of the bank you are sending the money to
- The account number of the recipient
- The amount of money you are transferring
- The reason for the transfer
Once you have provided this information, the transfer will be processed and the money will be sent to the recipient’s account.
The sort code is a valuable tool for facilitating electronic funds transfers. By using the sort code, you can ensure that your transfers are processed quickly and efficiently.