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Housing Finance Bank Launches An Online Gov’t Securities Portal That Allows Customers To Invest On The Go, The 1st Of A Kind In Uganda’s Banking Industry

Housing Finance Bank stakeholders in a group photo to commemorate the launch of Government Securities Portal Housing Finance Bank Tuesday officially launched its Government Securities Portal with a campaign dubbed” Invest On The Go”. The launch took place  at Mestil Hotel and Residences, Kampala. The online portal, which is housed

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Housing Finance Bank Tips Ugandans On Viable Investments In Digital Era

You can invest in stocks through Housing Finance Bank Housing Finance Bank(HFB) has offered choices on investments in the digital era that its customers can tap into and grow further financially. In a Twitter Spaces held on Thursday evening under the theme “Making Viable Investments In The Digital Era", Robert Nyehangane, the Head

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Account Opening On The Go: What You Need To Know About Dfcu Bank’s Secondary Account Ku Spot

Lloyd Jonathan Busuulwa, Head Alternative Channels, dfcu Bank “The creation of solutions like the dfcu’s Ku Spot Secondary Account is in line with our Bank Customer Obsessed Strategy which centres the provision of fast, secure and reliable solutions in response to the voice of our customers, across the country and

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dfcu Bank Launches Instant Secondary Account Opening For Existing Customers

Lloyd Jonathan Busuulwa, the dfcu Bank Head of Alternative Channels dfcu Bank has today launched a paperless account opening solution that allows existing customers to open an account online, using dfcu QuickBanking, the Bank’s digital banking platform. Through the campaign dubbed ‘Secondary Account Ku-Spot’, the solution offers customers the option to

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Collective Investment Scheme Assets Grow 13.7% In Three Months To Shs1.3 Trillion

Keith Kalyegira, CEO of the CMA The level of savings and investment in Uganda’s capital markets has grown significantly, notwithstanding the reduction of disposable incomes as a result of the prevailing inflationary pressures, the Capital Markets Authority (CMA) latest Quarterly Bulletin update indicates. The report indicates that Collective Investment Scheme (CIS) Managers had

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