The GTCO Offer for Subscription

All the ways you can Apply and Pay.

Offer Documents

Please read the Offer Prospectus and where in doubt, consult your stockbroker, fund/portfolio managers, accountant, banker, solicitor, tax consultant or an independent adviser registered by the SEC for guidance before applying.

Application Form
GTCO Plc Abridged Prospectus
GTCO Plc Offer Prospectus
List of Receiving Agents
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Knowledge Base Completing the Application Form
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Our branches

There are GTBank Branches in every State in Nigeria. Please visit the GTBank branch closest to you; complete an Application Form, Pay and Submit.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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GTCO is offering Shares by way of a Public Offer to raise Equity Capital of N400.5Bn

GTCO is offering 9,000,000,000 (9 billion) New Ordinary Shares of 50 kobo each at N44.50 per offer share.

The Offer opens on Monday, 15 July 2024, and closes on Monday, 12 August 2024.

Anyone can apply to the Public Offer. Kindly read the Offer Prospectus at for more information on the application process.

Application for the Offer Shares can be made in physical format at all branches of GTBank Nigeria Nationwide, all branches of the receiving agents listed in the Prospectus.

Applications can also be made in electronic format through the electronic application channel. For the general terms and conditions and other relevant information about the process of application, kindly read the Prospectus on our website

Yes, individuals may participate in the Offer either in their own sole/individual capacity or on behalf of another person.

Kindly read the Prospectus at for more information.

The Offer Shares will be allotted in accordance with the SEC Rules based on the Allocation Split. The CSCS Accounts of Allottees will be credited with the Offer Shares not later than five (5) business days from the allotment date. Full details of the Allotment Policy are contained in the Offer Prospectus at

Historically, we have consistently paid out about 45 to 50 percent of profits as dividends. With the potential of enhanced profitability and the stand taken by the CBN on retained earnings (given that it is no longer as important in their assessment of regulatory capital), shareholders can expect higher dividends in coming years.

Full details are in the Offer Prospectus. For investment advice, contact our Investor Relations team at +234 2012714580 or email and

Before subscribing, please contact your stockbroker, solicitor, banker or an independent adviser registered by the SEC for guidance.

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