First Bank Sort Codes
UBA Bank Sort Codes
Zenith Bank Sort Codes
Access Bank Sort Codes
Polaris Bank Sort Codes
GTBank Sort Codes
Wema Bank Sort Codes
FCMB Bank Sort Codes
Fidelity Bank Sort Codes

What is a Sort Code?

What is My Nigerian Bank Sort Code?

After learning what a sort code is, it makes sense to ask what your own sort code is. Your sort code is based on the branch where you are currently holding your account.

In most cases, you open your account at that branch, but occasionally, you may relocate and transfer your account to another branch, which then becomes the branch where your account is kept. In this case, you will need to begin using the account’s sort code.
For example, if you bank with Access Bank PLC and your account is held at a branch in Lagos, your sort code might be different from someone banking with the same bank but at a branch in Abuja.

The same applies if you live in Port-Harcourt and open an account at the Mgbuoba branch, or if you live in Abuja and open an account at Gwarinpa. This example is applicable to all Nigerian banks and states.