Top 10 Banks in Nigeria that Recruit Every Month

In light of this, my main objective in writing this post would be to list the top Nigerian banks that regularly hire new employees.

1. Guaranty Trust Bank Plc

The Guaranty Trust Bank plc is one of the banks that genuinely hire Nigerians. A global financial organization with its headquarters in Victoria Island, Lagos, and offering services in online/internet banking, retail banking, corporate banking, investment banking, and asset management, it is also known as GTBank or just GTB.

Over 35 young Nigerians in their thirties founded the bank in 1988, largely under the leadership of Tayo Aderinokun and Fola Adeola but also with the help of Femi Pedro, Gbolade Osibodu, Femi Akingbe, Akin Opeodu, and others.

2. Eco Bank

The following bank on our list is Eco Bank, which provides more employment opportunities than any other bank besides GTB. A private sector movement led by the Federation of West African Chambers of Commerce and Industry resulted in Eco Bank Transnational Incorporated (ETI), a public limited liability company, being trustworthy as a bank holding corporation in conjunction with the assistance of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS). In West Africa, the banking sector was dominated in the early 1980s by international and state-owned banks.

Rare were the West African commercial banks that were run and operated by the continent's private sector. ETI was founded by its founders with the intention of addressing this gap. The development of a private, regional banking institution in West Africa was encouraged and started by the Federation of West African Chambers of Commerce. Eco promotions S.A. was established in 1984.

Its founding shareholders raised seed capital for feasibility studies and promotional activities leading to the creation of ETI.

3. First Bank of Nigeria

The initial bank I am actually Nigeria's second-best bank, behind the Central Bank of Nigeria, in terms of service offerings and fraud protection. Nigeria's top commercial bank and most valuable banking brand are First Bank of Nigeria Limited (FirstBank). With more than 750 sites and over 10 million active customer accounts, we provide a comprehensive range of retail and corporate financial services to customers and investors wishing to explore the vast business opportunities available in Nigeria and our business locations across Africa, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia.

4. Zenith Bank

Another fantastic bank in Nigeria that hires employees on a regular basis is Zenith Bank Plc. The bank was founded in May 1990 and started running as a commercial bank in July of that same year. Following a very successful initial public offering (IPO), the Bank was established as a public limited company on June 17, 2004, and it was listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) on October 21, 2004. (IPO).

Having around one million shareholders, Zenith Bank Plc is currently the largest bank in Nigeria in terms of tier-1 capital. In 2013, the Bank listed shares on the London Stock Exchange for $850 million at a price of $6.80 per share (LSE).

5. United Bank of Africa

Currently, UBA has 20 African subsidiaries, contributing about 20% of the Group’s balance sheet, with a target of contributing 50%. We’re on a quest to build the strongest domestic and African brands.

When it comes to recruiting people, the bank is among those on the frontline. 

6. Union Bank of Nigeria

Union Bank is a large commercial bank, serving individuals, small and medium-sized companies, as well as large corporations and organizations. In July 2009, it was rated the 556th largest bank in the world and the 14th largest bank in Africa.

As of Mar 31, 2018, the bank’s asset base was estimated at NGN1, 381 billion (US$ 4.1 billion). The shareholders’ equity at that time was estimated at NGN286 billion (US$851 million).

7. Polaris Bank Limited

Polaris Bank used to be known as Sky Bank, and trust me when I say that they hire a lot of people. The Bank is a significant provider of financial services in West and Central Africa.

The bank, which has its headquarters in Nigeria, also has subsidiaries in Liberia, Angola, the Republic of Guinea, Sierra Leone, and Equatorial Guinea.

The bank had assets worth more than US$3.9 billion (NGN: 611.5 billion) as of September 2010, and its shareholders' equity was around US$630 million (NGN: 98.4 billion).

8. Sterling Bank

Silver Bank In two years, this business will commemorate its 60th birthday. It has a lengthy history and can be regarded as a reputable Nigerian business. It is one of the best-paying banks in Nigeria, and it has over 180 locations throughout its branch network.

Pay for entry-level positions starts at 145,000 Naira. The department where you will work will determine the number of things. Additionally, good workers get some perks and extra money.

9. Diamond Bank

Nigerian international financial service company Diamond Bank Plc. Access Bank PLC purchased Diamond Bank in December 2018, and it was stated that the merger's final transactions will occur in the first half of 2019.

The bank offers monetary services. Its corporate headquarters are in Lagos, Nigeria. The bank had 267 branches in Nigeria as of June 2013.

The bank's total assets were worth more than US$7.3 billion (NGN: 1.7 trillion) as of December 2012.

10. Access Bank

Access Bank plc, sometimes known as Access Bank, is the final on our list. In this category, but not in any other categories, it comes in last.

The Access Bank Group owns the bank, a multinational commercial bank based in Nigeria. The Central Bank of Nigeria, the country's banking authority, has granted it a license.

Originally a corporate bank, the company purchased the International Commercial Bank of Nigeria's platforms for personal and business banking in 2012. Access Bank is presently one of the five largest banks in Nigeria in terms of assets, loans, deposits, and branch networks.