In this post, you’ll find out the correct Swift code for Fidelity Bank customers in Nigeria.
If you’re interested in receiving a bank wire from a foreign destination into your Fidelity bank account, then you need to know the Fidelity bank swift BIC.
With the code, you’ll get a smooth transfer of your funds from any foreign destination into your local bank account. Actually, companies or individuals abroad will not be able to send you money if you can’t provide the SWIFT code of your local bank.
SWIFT provides a network that enables financial institutions worldwide to send and receive information about financial transactions in a secure, standardized and reliable environment.
BIC stands for Bank Identifier Code while SWIFT stands for Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications.
Both terms are indeed very long, therefore most people prefer to use the Acronym, SWIFT BIC.
Fidelity Bank SWIFT Code
The SWIFT Code for Fidelity Bank Nigeria is FIDTNGLA. The code is valid irrespective of the branch in which you opened your Fidelity Bank account.
See summary below:
|Company Name||Fidelity Bank Plc.|
|Headquarters||Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria|
We’ve seen people ask for the SWIFT BIC of the Fidelity Bank branch near them or where they opened their accounts.
As we’ve mentioned earlier, all Fidelity Bank branches in Abuja, Port Harcourt, Lagos, Kaduna, Calabar, Enugu, and indeed every other part of Nigeria must use FIDTNGLA.