How To Open A Current Account With Heritage Bank

How To Open A Current Account With Heritage Bank

Heritage Bank is one of the leading banks in Nigeria, like every other banks in Nigeria they offer a verity banking services.

The following accounts are available in Heritage Bank:

Savings Account,
Individual Current Account,
Corporate Current Account,
Joint Account (Savings Or Current),
Sole Proprietorship Account,
Domicilliary Account And
Minors/Children’s Account (usually Under 18 Years)

For the purpose of this article we shall concentrate on current account opening requirements and benefits. Current account gives you a lot of flexibility. It allows you to use checkbook, it holds and accepts more funds than savings account some many other features. Some of the requirements for opening a current account with heritage bank are

  • Duly completed Account Opening Form
  • 2 Passport Photographs
  • Valid means of Identification (Permanent Voter’s Card, International Passport, Driver’s License and New National ID Card issued by NIMC)
  • 2 References (Must not be salary account and must be at least 6months old)
  • Valid Utility Bill (<3 Months Old)
  • Resident Permit(for Non-Nigerians)
  • Opening balance: N5,000 Minimum Operating Balance:- 0

Sometimes to make the opening account faster and to ensure they don’t lose their potential client, marketers assist the their client with one of the two reference letters.

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