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Top 6 Nigerian banks and how much they pay their staffs monthly – See which is number 1!


Nigerian banks and how much they pay their staffs – The banking sector in Nigeria is one of highest paying sector as far as salaries are concerned. What banks pay their workers however differs from bank to bank. This is partly due to the fact that there are no particular regulations that stipulate what private organisations should pay their workers. Also, the financial strength, customer base and performance of the bank are other factors responsible for how much a bank pays.


Here is what some Nigerian banks pay their staff in Nigeria.

6. Central Bank of Nigeria


It is also good to know what the apex bank pay its staff. CBN does one month training for its new intakes and pays N122,000 per month afterwards.

This is aside the many mouth-watering allowances. Many industry watchers say CBN is the master when it comes to allowances. So what is lacking in actual salary is made up for in allowances.

Do you work in a bank or have relations working there? You can add a comment to give us an idea how much the bank pays.


5. Fidelity Bank


Fidelity is one of the new generation banks, but has done quite well within a short period of its existence. The bank started as a Mortgage bank in 1988 and converted to a commercial bank in 1990.

On the salary scale, it is doing pretty well too for its staff.

Fidelity pays about N140,000 monthly at entry level, an amount many young graduates will agree is good enough to startplanning life within Nigeria.



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1 Comment
  1. Sandywhite says

    Diamond bank is the highest paying bank and it has the interest of its customers and staffs at heart. They have the best customer service unit and very fast in attaining to customers. Diamond bank is really so organized. Its the right place to be. Diamond bank is 1st to non. I love the bank I bank with.

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