SWIFT Codes for banks in Nigeria - Page 2

Below are the SWIFT codes for banks in Nigeria. These SWIFT codes are only the active participants who are connected to SWIFT network. Passive participants codes are excluded from the list.

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IDBankCityBranchSWIFT Code
51UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCABUJA(NICON NOGA BRANCH)UNAFNGLA215
52UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCAKURE(AKURE BRANCH)UNAFNGLA056
53UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCASABA(ASABA BRANCH)UNAFNGLA175
54UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCAWKA(AWKA BRANCH)UNAFNGLA164
55UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCBAUCHI(BAUCHI BRANCH)UNAFNGLA030
56UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCBENIN CITY(BENIN BRANCH)UNAFNGLA044
57UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCBENIN CITY(UGBOWO BRANCH)UNAFNGLA117
58UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCCALABAR(CALABAR BRANCH)UNAFNGLA094
59UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCEKET(EKET BRANCH)UNAFNGLA222
60UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCENUGU(AGBANI ROAD BRANCH)UNAFNGLA176
61UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCENUGU(ENUGU BRANCH)UNAFNGLA084
62UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCENUGU(UNEC BRANCH)UNAFNGLA123
63UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCFUNTUA(FUNTUA BRANCH)UNAFNGLA054
64UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCGOMBE(GOMBE BRANCH)UNAFNGLA152
65UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCHADEJIA(HADEJIA BRANCH)UNAFNGLA126
66UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCIBADAN(AMUNIGUN BRANCH)UNAFNGLA043
67UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCIBADAN(IBADAN MAIN BRANCH)UNAFNGLA040
68UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCIBADAN(IWO ROAD BRANCH)UNAFNGLA166
69UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCIBADAN(MOLETE BRANCH)UNAFNGLA042
70UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCIDAH(IDAH BRANCH)UNAFNGLA112
71UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCIJEBU ODE(IJEBU ODE BRANCH)UNAFNGLA132
72UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCIKOM(IKOM BRANCH)UNAFNGLA023
73UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCILORIN(ILORIN BRANCH)UNAFNGLA049
74UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCJOS(JOS BRANCH)UNAFNGLA098
75UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCKADUNA(KADUNA NORTH BRANCH)UNAFNGLA062
76UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCKADUNA(KADUNA SOUTH BRANCH)UNAFNGLA064
77UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCKADUNA(TUDUN WADA BRANCH)UNAFNGLA153
78UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCKAFANCHAN(KAFANCHAN BRANCH)UNAFNGLA195
79UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCKANO(ADO BAYERO BRANCH)UNAFNGLA224
80UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCKANO(AMINU KANO INT'L AIRPORT)UNAFNGLA169
81UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCKANO(BAYERO UNIVERSITY BR.)UNAFNGLA066
82UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCKANO(KANO MAIN BRANCH)UNAFNGLA060
83UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCKANO(KANO SHARADA BRANCH)UNAFNGLA136
84UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCKANO(KANO WAJE BRANCH)UNAFNGLA137
85UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCKATSINA(DUTSINMA BRANCH)UNAFNGLA154
86UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCKATSINA(KATSINA BRANCH)UNAFNGLA125
87UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCKONTAGORA(KONTAGORA BRANCH)UNAFNGLA147
88UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCLAGOS(ADEOLA ODEKU BRANCH)UNAFNGLA213
89UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCLAGOS(AGBARA ESTATE BRANCH)UNAFNGLA138
90UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCLAGOS(ALABA INTERNATIONAL MARKET)UNAFNGLA227
91UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCLAGOS(ALAUSA BRANCH)UNAFNGLA218
92UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCLAGOS(APAPA WAREHOUSE BRANCH)UNAFNGLA026
93UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCLAGOS(APAPA WHARF BRANCH)UNAFNGLA004
94UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCLAGOS(BREADFRUIT BRANCH)UNAFNGLA219
95UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCLAGOS(E-BANKING SERVICE DEPT.)UNAFNGLA228
96UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCLAGOS(EBUTE METTA BRANCH)UNAFNGLA008
97UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCLAGOS(FALOMO BRANCH)UNAFNGLA012
98UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCLAGOS(FINANCE OPERATIONS (FINOPS))UNAFNGLA303
99UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCLAGOS(FOREIGN CURRENCT DOMICILIARY)UNAFNGLA304
100UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA PLCLAGOS(FOREIGN TRADE)UNAFNGLA306

Last Database Update : 01-OCT-2020

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About SWIFT Codes


SWIFT/BIC codes are used to identify specific banks and branches in international money transfers, making sure your money gets to the right place. These codes are used by banks to process international wire transfers and messages.

All SWIFT codes consist of 8 or 11 characters. An 11 digit code refers to a specific branch, while an 8 digit code (or one ending in 'XXX') refers to the bank's head office. SWIFT code registrations are handled by the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT). The term SWIFT is often used interchangeably with BIC, which stands for Bank Identifier Code.

The tools here are provided for informational purposes only. Whilst every effort is made to provide accurate data, users must acknowledge that this website accepts no liability whatsoever with respect to its accuracy. Only your bank can confirm the correct bank account information. If you are making an important or time-critical payment, we recommend you contact your bank first.