GCR Ratings (GCR) has placed Union Bank of Nigeria Plc’s national scale long and short-term issuer ratings of BBB+(NG) and A2(NG) respectively on ‘Review Extension’. The ratings process is ongoing and GCR expects to publicly release the updated rating results by 31 August 2021.
The ratings assigned in the last review are still in effect and remain unchanged until the review process is completed.
Ratings History – Union Bank of Nigeria Plc
|Long Term Issuer||Initial||National||BBB+(NG)||Stable Outlook||June 2015|
|Short Term Issuer||Initial||National||A2(NG)|
|Long Term Issuer||Last||National||BBB+(NG)||Negative Outlook||July 2020|
|Short Term Issuer||Last||National||A2NG)|
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