History of Unity Bank

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History of Unity Bank

Unity Bank is a leading financial services provider in Nigeria. Based in Lagos, the commercial capital of Nigeria. Unity Bank also maintains a base of operations in Abuja, the capital of Nigeria. As of December 2012, the bank’s total assets were valued at approximately $2.45 billion (NGN:

396 billion), with a shareholder capital of approximately USD 322 million (NGN:

51.5 billion).

In January 2006, nine financial institutions specializing in corporate banking, retail banking and investment banking came together to form Unity Bank plc.

Unity Bank began operations in January 2006 as a result of the merger of nine banks specializing in investment, corporate and retail banking. Today, Unity Bank is one of Nigeria’s leading retail banks with 213 sales offices spread across 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory. We are the 8th largest bank in Nigeria by location of business.


The bank provides a wide range of financial services to individuals, businesses and the public sector of the national economy. As an additional commitment to the development of the national economy, Unity Bank specifically focuses on small and medium enterprises, ketchup and agribusinesses. We are driven by our vision to be the retail bank of choice for all Nigerians and that is at the heart of everything we do.


Our head office is located at Lot 42, Ahmed Onibudo Street, Victoria Island, Lagos. Welcome to a bank where success together is our goal.

Unity Bank plc, is the flagship institution of the Unity Bank group. Other members of the Financial Services Team include:

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Unity Capital & Trust Limited

Caranda Management Services Company Limited

Unified registration limited company

Northlink Insurance Brokerage Company Limited

Newdevco . Investment & Securities Co., Ltd

Unity Kapital Assurance plc

Limited Pelican prints

Unified Bank BDC

Attributes Hexali Limited

Shares of Unity Bank plc are listed on the Nigeria Stock Exchange, where they trade under the symbol:

UNITYBNK. The detailed ownership ratio in the bank is not public at this time

As of December 2010, Unity Bank plc maintained 242 branches in all states of Nigeria, making it the 7th largest branch network in the country. Another 25 branches were planned at the time. OUR VISION

Become Nigeria’s Retail Bank of Choice



Create greater wealth for our stakeholders



work in team

All bankers work together to ensure that our commitments to stakeholders are met



We are driven by the desire to exceed our customers’ quality and quantity expectations



Our employees are resourceful and imaginative in finding solutions to problems



Our employees are straightforward in all dealings with internal and external customers and partners



The bank’s stakeholders can always count on the bank’s reliability and loyalty

We seek to create and raise standards in our relationships, especially exceeding expectations



Unity Bank stands by the enduring principle of showing respect and compassion for all people

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