Enjoy great returns and security on your investments 


  • Earn attractive interest
  • Open with as low as ₦50,000
  • Open to corporate bodies
  • 60 Days, 90 Days, 180 Days and 365 Days Tenor Options
  • Your investment is insured by NDIC (Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation)
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  • Properly completed application form (Individual/Corporate)
  • Copies of acceptable means of identification
  • One Recent Passport PhotographUtility bill issued within the last 3 months
  • (Driver's License, International Passport or National ID card, and any other acceptable identification document deemed fit by the bank)

Frequently asked questions

You can invest as little as ₦50,000 in a Fixed Deposit and watch your earnings grow!

You can invest your funds for little as 60 days or as long as 365 days. The longer you keep your funds invested with us, the higher your returns!

Yes, you can request for your funds (and accrued interest) at any time. However, you will be charged a pre-liquidation fee on the interest earned.

Yes, your funds are safe with Assets MFB. All Fixed Deposit Investments are insured with the Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC).


It’s quick, easy and instant – you do not even need to present a Assets account number! Submit an instruction and completed bank deposit slip to make a payment in favour of Assets MFB at any bank branch in Nigeria. The bank teller will process your request on the NIBBS e-Bills platform and issue a receipt to you afterwards. It’s that simple!

You can make transfers or payments to Assets MFB from the comfort of your home, office or ‘on the go’. Just log in to your Internet banking application, and do the following: Click on Bill Payments >> Click on Payments & Collections >> Click on NIBSS e-Bills Payments >> Click on Choose a Biller >> Click on Assets Microfinance Bank >> Select the desired Product [ Loan Repayment or Fixed Deposit ] >> Input the desired amount >> Proceed to make the payment. It’s that simple!

We are regulated by The Central Bank of Nigeria and Insured by The Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC)