Standard Chartered

Standard Chartered Bank Nigeria began operations in the country in 1969, four years after the Standard Bank of South Africa merged with the Bank of West Africa.

The bank was renamed First Bank of Nigeria in 1979 from Standard Bank of West Africa a and had been a shareholder of First Bank of Nigeria until 1996. It made a major comeback in 1999 and was subsequently opened to clients as a wholly owned subsidiary of Standard Chartered Bank Plc on 15 September 1999.

The Standard Chartered Bank Nigeria, today, offers a wide range of products and services and boasts over 905 staff and about 35 branches, with ATMs in each branch.

Standard Chartered Online Banking 

There are several means of banking with Standard Chartered Bank. While most clients prefer visiting the banking hall, others, especially younger clients, make transactions via the ATM, Standard Chartered Mobile, and online banking.

For some reasons, we will discuss in details everything you need to know about the bank’s online transactions, hoping to tell you more about the rest some other time.

The Online banking platform is one of the greatest innovations the banking sector has ever come up with it. With Standard Chartered online banking, customers are presented with the opportunity to carry out a whole lot of transactions in a blink of an eye and from the comfort of their home any time, any day.

The platform is open to all Standard Chartered bank account holders. All you need to do to maximize the e-banking service is to register online and have an internet-enabled device (phone or personal computer). There are many benefits of using the bank’s online platform. With the service, customers can conveniently do the following:

  • Update their account information
  • Check their transaction history for deposit and account balances
  • Make bill payments such as mobile phone airtime, DSTV, Arik Air and others.
  • Transfer funds to local bank accounts instantly
  • Print account statements
  • Transfer funds to International bank accounts
  • Request for a checkbook and statement
  • Download application forms
  • Receive notifications as well as send emails to Account Services
  • Change their user ID and password for enhanced security

Registration on Standard Chartered online banking platform can be done with your ATM/debit card, credit card, a temporary ID, and SMS PIN. If you don’t an ATM card, debit card, or credit card, kindly visit the bank to apply for one because your online registration process wouldn’t be complete without any of these cards.

Application for online banking is open for holders of any (or a combination) of these Standard Chartered products:

  • Savings Account
  • Credit Account
  • Current Account

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How to register for SC Online Banking:

1. Go to the https://www.sc.com/ng/ways-to-bank/online-banking-login/security-information.html or simply click here.

2. Click on the ‘log in’ button on the homepage

3. Choose the instant registration link.

4. Follow the instructions on the screen and you will be ready to start using the online banking portal in minutes.

Registration for the service for free with no extra charges and can be done by reaching out to Standard Chartered Bank 24-hour contact center on 01 2704611-4 as well.

Branches

The Standard Chartered bank currently boasts 35 branches located in Port Harcourt, Lagos, Onne, and Abuja.

The bank’s Lagos offices can be found in the following areas:

  • No. 142, Ahmadu Bello Way, Victoria Island, Lagos (Head Office). Tel: +234 (1) 2368146, +234 (1) 2368154
  • No. 105B, Ajose Adeogun Street, Victoria Island, Lagos. Tel: +234 (1) 2368051, +234 (1) 2368185
  • No. 40, Warehouse Road, Apapa, Lagos.Tel:+234 (1) 2368752, +234 (1) 2367396
  • No. 30, Aromire Street, Ikeja, Lagos. Tel:+234 (1) 2368830 – 1
  • No. 37A, The Palms Mall, Lekki Peninsular, Lagos. Tel:+234 (1) 2368842, +234 (1) 2368866
  • Plot 1681 Sanusi Fafunwa Street, Victoria Island, Lagos. Tel: +234 (1) 2368858, +234 (1) 2367316
  • No. 122/132 Apapa-Oshodi Expressway, Isolo – Afprint Isolo, Lagos. Tel: +234 (1) 2367196; +234 (1) 2368848
  • No. 138, Broad Street, Lagos. Tel: +234 (1) 2368790, +234 (1) 2368611
  • K23 Ikota Shopping Complex, Lekki-Epe Expressway, Lagos. Tel:+234 (1) 2368841, 234 (1) 2367262
  • No.184, Awolowo Road, Ikoyi, Lagos. Tel:+234 (1) 2368852, +234 (1) 2368849
  • No. 56, Town Planning Way, Ilupeju, Lagos. Tel: +234 (1) 2368845, +234 (1) 2367186
  • No. 47, Isaac John Street, GRA Ikeja, Lagos. Tel: 234 (1) 2368836
  • No. 35 Opebi Road, Ikeja, Lagos. Tel: +234 (1) 2368753, +234 (1) 2367538
  • Shop G2 and G3, City Mall, Onikan, Lagos. Tel: +234 (1) 2368757, +234 (1) 2368758
  • Polysonic Plaza, 1B Point road Apapa, Lagos. Tel: +234 (1) 2368883, +234 (1) 2368792
  • 21/22 Marina, Lagos. Tel: +234 (1) 2368169
  • Plot 6/7, 1st Avenue, Festac Town, Lagos. Tel: +234 (1) 2368687, +234 (1) 2368796
  • Plot 42 Acme Road/34 Lateef Jakande Street, Agidingbi, Lagos. Tel: +234 (1) 2368798, +234 (1) 2368854
  • 279, Herbert Macaulay, Yaba. Tel: +234 (1) 2368980 – 1
  • 350 – 360, Ikorodu Road, Anthony, Lagos. Tel: 234 (1) 2267009
  • Branch Monastery Road, Lekki-Epe Expressway, Sangotedo, Lekki-Ajah Lagos. Tel: 234 (1) 2367518

In Abuja, their offices can be located at:

  • Plot 3174 Adetokunbo Ademola Crescent, Wuse II, Abuja. Tel: 234 (1) 2368761
  • D’alibro Shopping Mall, Suite G13, 32 A.E. Ekukinam street, Utako District, Abuja. Tel: +234 (1) 2368761 – 63
  • Plot 1517/1518 Mohammadu Buhari Way, Garki, Abuja. Tel: +234 (1) 2368872, +234 (1) 2368807
  • Zamani Complex; 1 Zambezi Crescent; 1405 Cadastral Zone A05, off Aguiyi Ironsi Street, Maitama, Abuja. Tel: +234 (1) 2368876, +234 (1) 2368982
  • 84 Kwame Nkrumah Crescent, Asokoro, Abuja. Tel: +234 (1) 2368814 – 5
  • Herbert Macaulay Way, Central Business District, Abuja, which is at NNPC Towers. Tel: +234 (1) 2368765, +234 (1) 2368768
  • Plot 1161, Memorial Drive, Central Business District. Tel: +234 (1) 2368624, +234 (1) 2368895

Standard Chartered Bank can be located in Port Harcourt at:

  • 143, Aba road, Port-Harcourt, Rivers. Tel: +234 (1)2368691, +234(1) 2368680
  • Plot 7, Trans-Amadi Industrial Layout, Port-Harcourt, Rivers. Tel: +234 (1)2368769, +234(1) 2368692
  • 420 Aba Road Opposite Shell RA P.H.

See Also: Keystone Bank Nigeria, Head Office, Mobile and Internet Banking, Customer Care

All You Need To Know About The Bank

1. For further information about the bank, simply dial 01 2704611 – 4 (for Nigerians only) or +234 1 2704611 – 4 (for overseas).

2. Standard Chartered Bank mobile banking app is called Breeze Mobile. With it, customers can easily move their money between banks and between Standard Chartered accounts, view their transaction history and manage their account, pay bills and top up their airtime on the go, get information about the bank’s products, view all their accounts at once and more.

3. The bank’s offices in all branches are open for transactions from Monday to Friday from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm.