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Stanbic IBTC Holding PLC traces its origin to Investment Banking and Trust Company Limited (‘IBTC’), a private limited liability company on 2 February 1989. IBTC was granted a merchant banking license in February 1989 and commenced operations on 1 March 1989. IBTC’s merchant banking license was converted to a universal banking license in January 2002, pursuant to the universal banking guidelines of the CBN. In 2005, IBTC became a public company and its shares were listed on The Nigerian Stock Exchange.

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Chairman’s statement

In 2015 we will continue to leverage on economies of scale to optimise costs, and to continue to provide best-in- class service to our customers.

Chief executive’s statement

Significant growth in profitability and business operations were recorded.

Financial review

The group’s diversified business and deep market knowledge aided our performance in 2014.

Econonomic review

In 2015 we will continue to leverage on economies of scale to optimise costs, and to continue to provide best-in- class service to our customers.

Risk review

Significant growth in profitability and business operations were recorded.

Sustainability

The group’s diversified business and deep market knowledge aided our performance in 2014.

Personal and Business Banking

Personal and Business Banking supports everyday banking needs of individuals and businesses...

Corporate and Investment Banking

Corporate and Investment Banking (CIB) comprises four business units: Investment Banking (IB), Global Markets (GM), Transactional Products and Services (TPS) and Client Coverage (CC).

Wealth
 

The wealth division focuses primarily on pension administration and management, private non-pension asset management as well as trusteeship and estate planning business.

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2014 financial statements

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