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5 Nigerian Banks That Will Give You Business Loan Without Collateral

Date: Jan 19, 2019
Author: Abbakin 353 95 Comments

So you’re thinking about how to get a business loan in Nigeria without collateral? In this article, you are going to find out the 5 Nigerian Banks that will give you business loan without collateral.

Yes! It’s true that most Nigerian Small and Medium sized Enterprises (SMEs) are having a hard time starting and growing up their businesses due to their inability to access business funding.

In fact, the major reason that often kills great business ideas and perhaps the dreams of most Nigerian entrepreneurs is their inability to meet the requirements of obtaining a bank loan.

“Cash is cow and now business can run without it.”


An Entrepreneur Could Raise Business Funds through:



The Banks

Banks – whether commercial, industry or development banks; online or micro finance banks naturally offer the least interests funding for SMEs. Banks generally charge between 5-25% interest rate (and more), for 1-5 years short-to-long term business loans.

In Nigeria, you can obtain bank loans as small as ₦50, 000 and as big as ₦100 Million Naira depending on the scope of your business.

If you are thinking of raising business capital through the banks, you should note that bank loans are usually secured; hence, you’ll need to provide collateral before you can be considered for a loan approval.

Interestingly, some Nigerian banks have awakened to the reality that most start-up entrepreneurs in Nigerian have only solid business ideas behind their heads, and no collateral to show for their loans.

Some of them are now willing to offer startups, business owner and entrepreneurs certain amount of money in the form of business loans without collateral.

This effort may be as part of these banks’ initiatives to empower growth in the Nigeria SME subsectors, by giving out small to long time loans to businesses owners or organisations that need them.

The great thing about these SME business loans is that they are designed to be easily accessible to entrepreneurs, irrespective of the type or size of their businesses.

According to our research, we have put together a list of 5 Nigerian Banks that will give you business loan without collateral, but take the time to find out more about the loan options that suit your financing needs.


5 Nigerian Banks that Will Give you Business Loan Without Collateral


#1. First Bank Nigeria Plc

The First Bank of Nigeria has made plans to provide non-collateral loans for Small and Medium Enterprises in Nigeria.

This initiative of the bank is aimed to empower economic growth in the Nigeria SME sector through their loan schemes.

The great thing about First Bank’s unsecured loans is that it is easily accessible to entrepreneurs irrespective of their business type, location or size.

As an interested entrepreneur, the only thing you need to do is to go through a psychometric test, pass the test and then provide the bank with your winning business plan and your business financial projections.

And soon you will get your disbursement alert!


#2. Heritage Bank

Heritage Bank has also increased the accessibility to SMEs business funds in Nigeria. The bank has also built initiatives around promoting access to the market for SMEs.

One of their major programs is the Youth Innovative Entrepreneurship Program (YIEDP) backed by the Central Bank of Nigeria – in recognition of its commitment to SME and Youth development.

The programme is aimed at harnessing the talents and entrepreneurial spirits among the teeming Nigerian youths – by providing timely and affordable loans to help they implement their business ideas.

The fund is to support youth corps members, market women and whoever desires to access business finances through short –term borrowing from the bank.



 Nigerian Banks that will Give you Business Loan Without Collateral

Nigerian Banks that will give you Business Loan without Collateral


#3. Diamond Bank Plc

Diamond Bank Plc also offers entrepreneurs opportunities to obtain loans without collateral.

The bank’s non-collateral loans are designed to stimulate growth for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) in Nigeria.

Diamond Bank Plc has about 5 SME friendly accounts that you can open and start with. If you want a loan without collateral, you’ll have to look at the bank’s SME loan packages and choose the one that is best to you kind of business.

Diamond Bank’s SME loans can be accessed in the form of: Revolving Credit, Installment Loan, Local Purchase Order (LPO) Finance and Contract Finance.

Thus, Diamond Bank gives you access to short and medium term financing for working capital, as well as assets purchase needs with reduced collateral requirements.


#4. Wema Bank

Unlike other Nigerian banks, WEMA has more dealings with retail businesses. The bank has built its structure around retail banking, conducting transactions with market women and real SMEs just like Fidelity Bank.

It is worthy to note that Wema Bank gives business loans from ₦100,000 to ₦1 million without any collateral.

Yes! All you need to do is to have steady transactions for 6 months in your corporate account to qualify for their loan offers.

To show their eagerness to give out these loans, the bank even has a loan calculator on its website – which helps interested loan applicants to calculate how much you would be expecting from your loan request.


Read: How to Prepare Your Loan Application with the Banks


#5. Stanbic IBTC Bank

The Stanbic IBTC Bank offers Nigerian entrepreneurs a great opportunity to obtain business loans without providing collateral.

These loans are designed to help SMEs buy their business assets, products supplies and other facilities.

However the assets only become your own when you make the last payment on the received loans.

To apply for Stanbic IBTC non-collateral loan, you should be prepared to provide the bank with the following information:


Stanbic IBTC Loan Application Requirements

  • The full names and capacities of those who will sign;
  • CVs of each members of the management team;
  • The reason why you need the business finance;
  • Your business’ financial statements, including an income statement, balance sheet and cash flow statements;
  • Personal statements of assets and liabilities of all the partners, members or directors;
  • A 12-month cash flow forecast or financial projections;
  • The amount of your own equity contribution and the source of the funds.



Finally Words:

Today, there are so many money lenders and lending platforms in Nigeria that can promise you quick and easy agriculture investment or business loan without collateral; education, mortgage loan, salary advance, rent or personal loans within 48hours to pay later with interest.

But if you are really interested in starting or growing your own business, it is most likely that you will have to start with your own savings; or raise some money from your rich friends and families.

One thing about getting a loan in Nigeria with a low interest is this; commercial banks do ask for collateral and give interest at 25% per annum. Micro finance banks and other lending houses will ask for guarantors and give minimum interest at 5% per month or more.

While the online loan lenders do not collect collateral and guarantors, they give interest at 12.5% with access to your account details like BVN which may put you at risk in the fututre.

These are the interest rates charged by the banks on loans in Nigeria; which may include all levies, processing fees, and commissions where applicable. According to the CBN guideline, each bank is entitled to charge a rate they choose; provided this can compensates their risk.

We believe however, that the high interest rates charged by financial lenders in Nigeria are to help cushion the effect of the high default cases they experience.

So before you approach any of these banking institutions for a non-collateral loan or so, it would be in your best interests to first know more about their services; and to open, run and maintain an account (corporate preferred) with such a bank for a period of 3 to 6 months.

You should also be armed with a sound business plan and a loan repayment plan for the loan.

Please note that the success of any business venture is not dependent on bank loans; what matters most is the business administrative styles, cash flows management and marketing strategies.

Experience, knowledge about the market, and understanding of the target customers are required if you want to run a successful business. Find out how you can benefit from our Business Development Services for Startup Entrepreneurs.

If you need loan for business startup, personal or car loan opportunities in Nigeria, you need to fill out the contact form on our Homepage and make request; we can match you with funding sources that are right for you.


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    • Ajakaiye Elizabeth

      Thanks for making life easy Abbakin! I will be grateful if my loan is granted.

    • Ajala Wole

      Thanks, for being eye opener for Nigeria people, now it we take us how many week or month before d first bank can give out d money?. Abbakin

      • Abbakin

        Ajala this is dependent on your bank, loan term, interest rate (if any) and the payback period. Please search and read our: 10 Factors to Consider In Business Loans Application Process

    • nnamdi echendu

      I need a loan to enable me to open a bakery in Lagos .I have acquired the half bag mixer to due the little capital I saved and I also acquired the 3deck gas oven both are new ones.I need up to 1m to hire a ware house and get materials for making the bread .pay to the company producing the nylons for the bread I ‘ve equally register a company in that effect pls how can u beg of help to see my dreams come through .

      • Abbakin

        Thank for this Nnamdi. Bakery is a big time business idea and we are glad you have already invested in this great idea. Your can send us a mail for more information on how you can raise your startup capital and launch start your new business. Cheers!

    • paul

      I also need loan to start up my custard production business.. tanks

      November 12, 2017
    • Apeh Ikechukwu

      Wow! Great piece I must say sir. Thanks for this. I’ll go and apply for first Bank loan and update my testimony here if it works

      November 19, 2017
      • Abbakin

        Great Ikechukwu we hope to hear from you!

        November 19, 2017
    • Arigbabuwo Abdmajid

      I wish to apply for first bank loan to finance my farming and processing business, please what are the requirements and steps to take. Best regards.

      November 20, 2017
      • Abbakin

        Hi Abdmajid, kindly visit any First Bank branch near your location for more information on how you can apply for their business loans package. Remember to tell them how you hear about this offer and be optimistic. We’ll love to see your farming and processing business up and running. Good Luck!

        November 20, 2017
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      • BENJAMIN Sunday

        Hello. I’m interested in this loan package. I’m a commercial athlete and I sell golf and basketballs kits which you know it’s a lucrative sport.

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      • Adetunji Sanyaolu

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    • Johnson

      I am a driver I have registered with taxify here in Abuja but I need a car loan so that I start earning and am very sure I will finish the payments in short time

      December 15, 2017
      • Abbakin

        Hey Johnson. Thank you for a great business idea. Having the experience and registering with the necessary agencies in your industry is a good step. However, to get the money you need, you may visit any of the above banks near you with the business plan and repayment plan. If you don’t have, kindly ‘search’ for it on our website and organize the document before applying for the car loan. Good luck!

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    • adeoye ayo

      Hello abakin, I want to start a fish pond fishery at the back of my uncompleted building. Please how do I get loan for this. And which bank will give me loan. Thanks

      December 15, 2017
    • Ubong Akpan

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      • Abbakin

        Hi Akpan, kindly read more about how to raise more for your business. We have listed some great tips above to help you get your car loan.

    • Oladokun Seun

      Good Morning Mr. Abbakin, I searched the Internet seriously before I came across your article which I found more interesting than any other one.

      I am into school business and own a mobile educational consulting business which includes home tutorial and outsourcing of teachers for schools.

      Sir, I’ve tried raising funds to boost my school since last year but all effort were abortive. The loans I got last year were too small from from a micro finance bank with short term and huge interest. Please I would be very grateful if you can help me out without going through the micro finance bank again.

      Please help me!

      Thank You

      • Abbakin

        Hi Seun
        Thank you for the concerns. Loans from micro finance banks in Nigeria are usually costly when it comes to the huge interest rate charged and the loan tenors. However, since you have collected a loan already, we suggest that your first repay your loan before sourcing for top-ups. Check out our loan project for more information.

    • Simeon T

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      Please I need Loan for my Business StartUp in Nigeria.I want to invest in Transport Business in Lagos. Can you link me Up with Fund Providers. thank you

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    • Dammy

      Hi Abbakin,

      I got a contract of 50m, but need financing. How may I be able to raise loan for such amount please? Your advice will be most appreciated

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      Good day Sir. I have a mini supermarket am running and I need money to boost it to a big supermarket. I been banking with diamond bank for long time now, how can get loan from them ? Due to the account I have with them.

      • Abbakin

        The SME structure have a great needs for businesses financing if we are to grow the economy. Abbakin is still making progress to partner competent financial institutions that understand the needs of business owners in Nigeria and entrepreneurs.

    • Akintunde Kazeem

      Thanks for this great piece. I’ve been in printing business for four years now. I need loan for expansion. How can I go about this, please. Thanks.

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      Good afternoon sir,I’m from Gbongan Osun St.,I searched for internet everyday before i get your article which i have interest in it.I am into poultry business and selling of livestock feeds.Sir I’ve tried to boost my business since 2years but all effort were zero.I got small laons from a micro finance bank with short term and huge interest.I will be very glad if you help me out without goin to micro finance bank again.Thanks.

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      I just come across this site and find it interesting am a fashion designer and av been so many state in this country and work with many people but I realize that there is many ways and direction u can go with this fashion business but dose that as money to invest dose not see it the way I see this av try to established my self for long but is not working bcs of financial problem pls I need loan we enable me establish my own and bring many youth from street thank.

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      Thanks for this message, i bank with Stanbic IBTC Bank , we run a cooperate account with them and it my account has been functioning very well. we run a contracting firm (civil,construction and electrical), our major problem is hiring of equipments. will our bank (Stanbic IBTC) grant us loan to buy equipments for leasing and for our personel use in executing our projects.
      we dont run a portfolio company, we have a physical presence (offices) in Port harcourt and Bayelsa State.

    • Isaac

      Il need loan of 2m with the first bank to start gari processing industry in my locality. what are the steps to be followed

    • Tony

      For you give loans to buy vehicle for commercial purposes?

    • GLORIA

      please I need to get a loan to establish my laundry business. how do I go about it?

    • Phinehas Josiah

      insightful. can the banks listed above offer loan for a building project?

    • Omoyugbo Paul A

      Thanks sir for your write up, though I work with Ondo state government where I collected loan from First bank plc being my bank where my monthly salary goes. Now they don’t give loan again to their customers saying that our state is of the states to they put embargo that our economy is not buoyant. Being a man with a wealthy experience in agriculture l intended to embark in animal production I don’t know how I can get loan from my bank. First bank is one of the 5banks that give loan without collateral. How would help me sir. Thanks for your anticipated cooperation.

    • Stephen

      Hi abbakin thanks for your info but I will like to apply for agricultural loan and importation loan how do I go about it?.

      • Abbakin

        Hello Stephen, there are lots of government agro business loans and support, please take some time to find out online or visit your local small business units. Thanks.

    • Joke kadiri

      Up abbakin pls I need a loan of 200,000 to open a clothing business

    • Lawson Joy

      Thanks so much for this great piece. I want to start a creche/babies world of my own. I have gotten somethings such as baby’s cot, toys, television, fan etc. My only challenge now is the money to get an apartment.

    • kayode oguntimehin

      Please can i use my house as a collateral, even if I have no paper ? I only have the paper that cover the buying of the land. Or what can i do?

      • Abbakin

        Ayo we do not facilitate grants, but since the money is small, we encourage you to get the loan from your bank.

        • Anthony

          Hello please I need a loan to start up a business I am based in Abuja and a form company has offered to give me a distributorship contract if only I have a capital base of 5million please I need guidance

    • Mr Moses Peter

      Hi Abbakin Am So Glad For This Info I Want To Go Into Transportation Business Of My Own And I Need To Get A Good Vehicle To Start Please Can I Get Loan For Transport Business From Any Of The Listed Banks

      • Abbakin

        Yes! Just give them a try. Some of them give vehicle or car loans. Cheers!

    • Patience Olufemi

      Hi Abbakin. I need a loan to finance a business I haven’t been able to because of lack of funds. I want to go into the buying and selling if sneakers and sweatshirts. I already have a connection as to where I will be getting them from and I have lots of people about to patronize me. all this is moving towards have my very own swirthshirts line. I’d be really glad if its successful.

    • light igwe

      hi Abbakin pls i want to start up a bet9ja shop nd i dont ve the capital for that i bank with diamond

      • Abbakin

        Hello Igwe! You will need a start-up capital so you can be able to pay out winnings in your shop. You need to save up money to start this business and have a good cash flow records while running the business.

    • Blessing

      Hello abbakin my name is blessing I would like to take a loan to start a restaurant business, but don’t know how to go about it .I will really appreciate your help here

    • I shola bolatito

      Hell0 Abbakin,l have a business running for years now.RoyalApparel Jewellry n Accessories.l make beads n sell Jewellries.Need loan to boost my business.

    • Nneli Onyinye

      Hello, My name is Onyinye. I need a loan of 3million to start up a salon. I’m currently working as a barber in a salon located in ikeja Lagos with three years managerial salon experience. I’m also a graduate who has worked in a cooperate organization but has great passion in curring hair.

    • Mr. Ugo

      Abbakin… thanks for this article. Pls. how do I go about raising a loan to upgrade and reactivate a Diagnostic medical Laboratory that I bought recently. Its in a lucruative site beside a University Teaching Hospital. A soft loan to enable me put the machines, restock working materials and some face lift will be appreciated.

    • Stella

      My company is register with CAC and TIN number. I are already in operation…I supply home and industrial liquid soap also frozen fish…the demand for fish has doubled so I need loan to lift it..thanks

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    • Johnson O, Oluyede

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    • Haini Bili

      Thank you for this resourceful info.pls i want to know if only customers of a bank are eligible to apply for a loan

    • Fundy Anthony Jeremiah

      I’m Anthony, I really want a loan to start up a hotel business with 12-rooms for now. My Dad could have help but he doesn’t like the idea of hotel, he feels it’s for sinners. but I’ve come to realize the money in hotel business.

    • Chiemeka Nestor

      Can someone who borrewed money from bank with his credit card and has not yet paid back in full,still get Agricultural loan from SME without difficulty after providing all the necessary requirements needed?

      • Abbakin

        Hello Chiemeka. Before a bank can borrow you money, they will first check your debt profile with the credit bureaus in Nigeria. If your credit profile is bad; in which case you are owing another financial institution a huge amount of money. According to CBN regulation, they may not be able to lend you money. If its a credit card borrowing such as a salary account, that is not actually a formal loan, so you can go ahead and get the Agricultural loan from SME. Cheers!

    • Mary c

      please I want to loan from FIRST BANK without a collateral 500k or 1milion to add up with the money I have and Run my movie production please sir can it be granted

      • Abbakin

        Mary you can’t say until you give it a try. Visit any FB near you as make enquirers. Thanks


      Lovely, many thanks for the info.

    • Chioma

      I have searched and searched before I finally came across your website.
      Please I need a loan to establish my business actually because of funds I rented a place that was not good for the business which affected my business.
      I need to relocate my business to a good environment that is why am sourcing for a loan am into food, Snacks and soft drinks.
      Please direct me am urgently in need of this helps.

    • Henry

      Thank you for the great piece but please I am having hard time starting my business I’ve been able to get some of the equipments I need but not all I have been trying to obtain a loan but the challenge is that the business is not registered yet so I cannot access SEMs loan. Is there any other available option I can consider

      • Abbakin

        Henry since the business is still small, you can obtain personal loan instead.

    • Alfred Moses

      I would like to find out where do I borrow money at the reasonable interest rate for 6 projected bungalows, 6 projected Duplexes and 1 block of flats of 3 bedrooms I have stated the project presently with 6 Duplex foundation in Ibadan.

    • Oshin Tokunbo

      Am into petroleum products retailing business with about 8 fully operational filling stations at Ijebuode, Ogun State. How can I obtain a non-collateral loan to buy bulk stock of about one million liters for my regular monthly dispenses? Or how can I use property debenture to secure this loan?

      • Abbakin

        Thank you for your question Tokunbo. We are still making efforts to bring more investors on the platform who can be able to contribute to businesses opportunities they like. On the other hand, property debenture is for landlords and property developers operating a limited company who might want to get investment cash, debts, or stock using their property as a form of certificate of indebtedness. Please consult with your banks for more information about how this financial instrument works. Thank you!

    • Nonso

      Please can someone in out side Nigeria loan money and use land as a collateral?

      • Abbakin

        Hello Nonso, if you want a loan in Nigeria, then you have to be present here in Nigeria. If your land has Certificate Of Occupancy (C of O) it is possible that you can get a loan using the Land as a collateral. Please consult your financial lenders for more info. Thanks

    • Anabel

      Hello abbakin am Anabel i have a land in Lagos with proper landed papers their is a building on it already I need a loan to develop the front please what are the requirements to access a loan?

    • Gory

      I have just started a transport business that is generating up to 30k per week with an asset cost of 2.1m. please how and where can I raise a low %
      Loan of about 20m to leverage on this business. Thanks, God bless you

    • Emmanuel Otene

      Thank you very much for this wonderful information sir, may God continue to bless you(Amen) i will try one of those bank, i already got land in ABJ and i want to start my Restaurant business,please i need 2.5K what should i do and a low interest, thank you once more.

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    • Oladokun Oladeji

      I am a businessman seeking for a loan of. N60, 000( Sixty thousand Naira) to ship my goods with FedEx to Nigeria. I intend to pay back at installments of 2 months. Kindly enlighten on terms and conditions. Thanks

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    • Akanbi Lateef iyanda

      I need a loan of one million naira pls how do I go about it

      September 17, 2018

      hi mr samuel please tell me which company offer you such loan. becuase i need a loan for my agriculture, which is rice farming buisiness.

      September 22, 2018

      Am Etimbuk i need load of 500k to start up a mannual architectural studio sell drawing instrument i bank in stanbic ibtc

      September 28, 2018
    • Sylvester Imerion

      Mr Abbakin, I want to establish a standard football club and academy, I already have my business plan which has a possible revenue of over ten billion naira in the next ten years.
      all I need is a loan to finance the project because sports business needs huge capital in order to reap huge profit.
      how can I go about in securing the loan of over 100million naira.

      September 29, 2018
    • Olabanji Obiwunmi

      This is a great idea, if this can be done easily I am very sure that in 10-15years to this time unemployment will reduce drastically in Nigeria.
      I am a graphics designer/ printer and I owner a printing company. I need business loan to increase the level of my business. Pls tell how to ho about it and the lowest rate interest that will not affect my business. Thanks for ur eagerness to support youth development.

    • Animudu uche Alfred

      Please Abbakin how can I get a loan to add to the one I have to build a filling station?

    • Esu Odiong Ekpu

      My question 1is that, I hope bank people would not thinks difficult for applicant to access the loan, question 2 is? how is the interest rate in any loans there is an interest rate attach to it thanks Sir waiting for your reply.

    • Derigs

      Dear Abbakin,
      in my case i have a real estate project that i have succeeded in acquiring land and funds from abroad, and all that is required of me is to mobilize to site and take off with the project and host an investment review meeting with my foreign financiers, which all estimate put together will cost me a hundred million Naira, this is why i need a loan to run all of these expenses and mobilized for work, how possible is this with the banks you just mentioned. and in this case what terms can i use to write to the bank to warrant approval
      thanks in anticipation for your advice

    • Onabunme Sunday

      my name is Sunday. I need a loan to start paints production and antibacterial soap production. please how can I go about it.

    • Hanny

      Hey, which bank can lend me 5million to start an event centre, i already have the plot i want to build it and start

      December 16, 2018
    • baby

      I want to start ice block business in Lagos and I need deep freezer to start.
      Have met so many people but no one wants to help.
      How do I get loan.

      December 18, 2018
    • damilare

      please how can i get a loan to start up my plantain plantation business

      December 27, 2018

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