Sterling Bank Sort Codes and Branches in Nigeria 2024

Sterling bank
Sterling bank

Sterling Bank was formerly known as NAL Bank and was established in 1960. It was later privatized and was enlisted on the Nigerian Stock Exchange in 2006. It merged with four banks, and its former name, NAL, was changed to Sterling Bank.

Bank sort codes are formulated in pairs that identify the banks and branches where an account is being held. The Sort codes can be found on checkbooks, bank statements, and online banking apps.

Below is a list of sort codes for Sterling bank branches around Nigeria 2024:

Aba232100011 
Abeokuta232170012 
Abuja232080047 
Abuja (Garki)232080021 
Abuja (Garki)232080034 
Abuja (Garki)232080102 
Abuja (Wuse)232080018 
Abuja (Wuse)232080050 
Abuja (Wuse)232080092 
Adeola Hopewell, V.I.232150045 
Akure232180028 
Apapa232150090 
Apapa232150333 
Apapa232150401 
Apapa (Creek Road)232150029 
Asaba232040029 
Balogun232150032 
Bauchi232030013 
Benin232040016 
Berger (Apapa)232150317 
Bridgehead232250110 
Broad Street232150207 
Calabar232070015 
Coker232150223 
Daleko232150142 
Dopemu232150359 
Dutse232120143 
Enugu232250042 
Gusau232370016 
Head Office232150016 
Ibadan232190018 
Ibadan (Dugbe)232190034 
Ibadan (J. Allen)232190063 
Ibru Jetty232150472 
Iddo232150168 
Idimu232150236 
Idumagbo232150388 
Idumota232150113 
Ifako232150249 
Igbosere232150197 
Ikeja232150087 
Ikeja232150304 
Ikeja232150414 
Ikeja (Allen Avenue)232150126 
Ikeja (Oba Akran)232150058 
Ikoyi232150294 
Ilorin232140013 
Ilupeju232150210 
Iponri232150171 
Iwo232190021 
Iyana Ipaja232150252 
Jos232200018 
Kaduna232110014 
Kaduna232110043 
Kano232120017 
Kano232120020 
Kano232120033 
Kano232120046 
Kano232120075 
Katsina232130010 
Maiduguri232060012 
Marina232150061 
Martins Street232150320 
Matori232150375 
Ojuwoye232150184 
Oke Arin232150100 
Oke-Arin232150346 
Onitsha232250013 
Onitsha232250026 
Onitsha232250039 
Opebi232150278 
Ore232180015 
Ota232150281 
Owerri232100053 
Port Harcourt232210011 
Port Harcourt232210024 
Port Harcourt232210037 
Port Harcourt232210053 
Port Harcourt232210082 
Sokoto232220014 
Surulere232150456 
Tin Can232150265 
Trade Fair232150362 
Uyo232010017 
Victoria Island232150074 
Victoria Island232150139 
Victoria Island232150391 
Victoria Island (Ozumba)232150427 
Warri232040032 
Willoughby232150155 
Yaba232150443 
Yenagoa232210040 
Sterling Bank Sort Codes and Branches in Nigeria 2024
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