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Rolling out agency banking

By Isaac Khisa Olumuyiwa Asagba is the chief executive officer of Interswitch  East Africa.  He spoke to Isaac Khisa about their operations, agency banking, and the financial services sector in Uganda. What is your leadership philosophy as a chief executive officer? Every leader needs to have a vision. That vision …

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Setting the pace with mobile banking

By the Independent Team Bank of Africa (BOA) Uganda netted a net profit of Shs 1.2 billion as at end of 2014, up from a loss of Shs 6.7 billion in 2013. Ronald Marambi, the managing director, spoke to The Independent about their tremendous return to profitability, the market conditions, …

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Spearheading a banking revolution

By The Independent Team P.K Gupta is the acting managing director of Crane Bank, one of Uganda’s leading indigenous banks. He spoke to The Independent about their operations and other pertinent issues in the banking industry. How does it feel being at the helm of one of Uganda’s biggest indigenous …

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Interest-free banking a reality ?

By Irene Atim Lakony Islamic banking should increase access to investment finance and see a rise in entrepreneurship projects The Ugandan government has embraced Islamic banking as evidenced by Cabinet’s recent approval of the same with the proposed Islamic Banking Bill 2014 currently before the Uganda Law Reform Commission undergoing …

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Uganda to host Banking, ICT summit

By Julius Businge Uganda will on Apr. 25 host the third annual East Africa Banking and ICT Security Summit in Kampala under the theme; ‘Strengthening Banking and ICT  development in Africa’. Available information indicates that the one day summit organised by Cyber Security Africa, co-hosted by National Information Technology Authority …

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