The Access Bank UK
The Access Bank UK Limited is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Access Bank Plc, a Nigerian Stock Exchange listed company. Our representative office in Dubai is located in the iconic Gate Building – The Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC).
We are licensed and regulated by the UK’s Prudential Regulation Authority and Financial Conduct Authority (PRA and FCA) and by the Dubai Financial Services Authority (DFSA). Our strong commercial ties to Africa and local knowledge are invaluable for customers with personal and business involvement in these regions. Our position as Access Bank Group’s OECD operational hub supports the flow of investment into markets in Nigeria, sub-Saharan and West Africa.
Our staff are highly experienced with many having spent time working in the West African and international marketplaces. We will always ensure that you are supported and guided every step of the way by giving you the benefit of our expertise and providing the attention that you need. Our aim is your complete satisfaction.
At The Access Bank UK Limited we believe in delivering excellent customer service in order to meet your expectations and requirements. At the very heart of our philosophy is our desire to build a long lasting and close relationship with you based on understanding, knowledge, trust and accountability. Our strong foundations have provided us with the skills, ability and experience to understand the marketplace and tailor our services to meet your individual needs. We are driven by our passion for service delivery, a motivation we are proud to have inherited from our parent company, Access Bank Plc.
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