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Dear customers,
Our systems are down due to a power outage at our data centre. The downtime affects transactions at our ATMs, Internet Banking and other electronic channels.

All systems will be back in working order tomorrow. We sincerely apologise for the inconveniences this will cause.

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Stanbic IBTC and others grant $225m loan facility to Accugas

Nigeria's power sector receives a major boost as Stanbic IBTC and other financial institutions grant a $225 million loan facility to support the construction of the Accugas gas pipeline project. Accugas Limited is an independent gas exploration and production company who are involved in a series of gas pipeline infrastructure projects in Nigeria.

Financial advice to my 18 year old self

Imagine you had a golden opportunity to talk to your eighteen year-old self, what would you say? At that age, you probably only cared about studying or partying (not necessarily in that order) and knew Dad, Mom or guardian would take care of your basic needs.

So we did some soul-searching and here is what we would say:

S.O - Pay for experiences, not things

Stanbic IBTC Bank: making you smile as we move you forward

Stanbic IBTC Bank today launched a new brand advertising campaign using TV, radio and print. The campaign is aimed at showing that we promise to help you achieve your goals with our actions, products and services that deliver exceptional value.

We always set out to deliver memorable customer experiences that both delight and surprise you.

CEO of Stanbic IBTC Holdings, Sola David-Borha, says that this repositioning campaign reflects our group’s vision, strategy and values, which are underpinned by the unique ability to connect with you - our customers.

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What glass ceiling? Stanbic IBTC’s women know no bounds

Stanbic IBTC celebrates the International Women’s Day with women all over the country.

Yewande Sadiku is CEO Designate of Stanbic IBTC Capital Limited, the Stanbic IBTC Group’s investment banking business. She manages key relationships with regulators and several of Nigeria’s leading corporate and multinational clients. She has been part of Stanbic IBTC’s management team for over a decade and has been involved in several landmark transactions in the history of the Nigerian capital market.

Stanbic IBTC AFCON trophy tour reawakens passion and emotions

Nigerians were thrilled to get close to the AFCON trophy and share in the Super Eagles’ success, as Stanbic IBTC helped relive the moments that entitled us to the bragging rights as champions of Africa for the next two years.

Splurge on love the cost effective way

Streets, hotels, stores and restaurants were covered in red, pink and white streamers, with big heart shaped signs wishing everyone a happy Valentine’s Day. It can be quite an expensive celebration for most and can hurt your pocket.

No reason to leave the love sharing to one day of the year. Here are a few ideas of how to keep the love flowing all year around, without breaking the bank.

Home is where the heart is

Not too late to make financial resolutions

We are well into 2013 but it’s not too late to make your New Year financial resolutions. Resolutions are a great motivation to make positive changes but there is no point in setting goals if you don’t stick with them and can’t afford to achieve them

So, what financial resolutions do you want to make?

Have you been carrying a lot of debt and think that 2013 is the year to get yourself back on the right footing? Or was 2012 a good year for you so you’ve started 2013 with some extra cash and are wondering what to do with it?

Dare to trek: the man who journeyed across Lagos on foot

Charity may begin at home, but it certainly does not end there. Over a six day period from 3 to 8 December, one of our own, Yinka Shorungbe travelled 175 km across Lagos, on foot.

His walk took him from Seme, Nigeria’s border with the Republic of Benin through Badagry, Ojo, Mile 2, Orile, Lagos Island, Lekki, Epe and all the way to the boundary with Ogun State. It was done to raise N100 000 for the Red Cross Society’s Motherless Home in Makoko, Yaba – the orphanage Yinka first visited back in 2009.

Stanbic IBTC is now on social media

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We are here to provide you with interesting news and information, to help you move forward.

Come join the conversations and connect with us via Facebook at www.facebook.com/stanbicibtc and @StanbicIBTC on Twitter. We are interested in hearing your thoughts and views on money issues, finances, banks and Stanbic IBTC.

In the words of the Chinese philosopher, Lao-tzu, “A journey of a thousand miles starts with one step”. This is a step towards having you along with us on the journey of moving forward.

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