Domiciliary Account

Whatever continent your business takes you to, we have just the account for you.

The Domiciliary Current account is designed to enable you to carry out local or international transactions from the comfort of your home, office or abroad. The account is funded in Pounds, Euros, Dollars and Yen

Product Features

  • $100, £100 & Euro 100 opening balance
  • Interest rate 0.01% p.a. (above 100,000 GBP, USD, Euro)
  • Cash Handling charge of 0.5% on withdrawals No minimum daily balance
  • Customized cheque book (on request)
  • No Monthly Maintenance
  • No restriction on number of withdrawals


  • Account is online real time.
  • Free Financial Advisory Services.
  • Earn interest (Diaspora Savings) on account balances.
  • Monitor account activities at the comfort of your home or office through the internet.
  • Third party withdrawals.

Account Opening Requirements

The requirements for Diaspora Savings, Diaspora Naira Current and Diaspora Domiciliary are the same, and includes:

  • Duly completed account opening form including signature mandate section.
  • 1 Passport Photograph
  • Proof of Identity: A notarized/sighted copy of any one (1) of the following Identification:

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    •  A valid Nigerian passport
    •  A valid International/foreign passport – supported by proof of Nigerian origin (Birth certificate, expired/valid
    • Nigerian passport or driver’s license, etc.)
    •  A valid Nigerian driver’s license
  • Proof of Residential Address: A notarized/sighted copy of any one (1) of the following:

    •  Duly filled Banker's Confirmation
    •  Copy of utility bill issued within the last three months showing the same address as supplied.
    •  Bank/Credit statement issued within the last three months showing customer address
  • References (Diaspora Naira Current and Domiciliary accounts): Two acceptable references using either of the following options:

    • Option 1:

    •  An independent reference letter obtained from current bankers (foreign) and
    •  A signed reference form by an Attestor of Nigerian origin who maintains a current account with a Nigerian Bank.
    • Option 2:

    • Two signed reference forms by Attestors of Nigerian origin who maintain a current account with a Nigerian Bank.
  • Indemnity: Duly executed indemnity form (for Email, Fax and Scanned Documents)
  • For Joint accounts: A notarized copy of marriage certificate is also required along with all other necessary documents as stated above.
  • BVN of signatory(ies)
  • AML risk assessment
  • FATCA form (if customer is residing in the USA)

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