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Corporate Governance

As a responsible financial service provider, Stanbic IBTC ensure it abides by all the relevant legislations and codes of conduct within Nigeria and Internationally. One of our key values is upholding the highest level of integrity and building our business on trust. This we demonstrate by ensuring that our business is conducted with transparency and appropriate disclosures are made in line with the CBN Corporate Governance Code and other relevant legislations.

For the purpose of disclosure and transparency, we have put together information to help you know more about our values and governance practices. Please review the information below to find out more about the banks practices.

Our Statutory Obligations

Stanbic IBTC Bank PLC is required to file the following statutory reports to the Nigeria Financial Intelligence Unit (NFIU).

List of PTA and BTA FX defaulters

We are required by Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) regulations to publish names and BVN of PTA and BTA FX defaulters. The customers listed here cancelled their trip and failed to return the FX availed to them despite several mails, text messages and follow up phone calls.

Reports and Documents
Pricing Guide in line with CBN Guide to Bank Charges by Banks and other financial institutions effective 1 January 2021.
2021-01-03
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Pricing Guide in line with CBN Guide to Bank Charges by Banks and other financial institutions effective 1 January 2021.
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The Board of Directors

The ultimate responsibility for governance rests with the board of directors of the bank, who ensure that appropriate controls, systems and practices are in place.