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Commercial banks resume payment of dividends

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Shareholders in banking service companies will in a month’s time start receiving dividends for their investments, for the first time since 2019. Stanbic Bank Uganda and Bank of Baroda will be the first to pay dividends to their shareholders, starting July 24th and August 4th, …

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Women in Fort Portal receive training on financial literacy

Fort Portal, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | At least 100 women in Fort Portal city have been trained on financial literacy by Stanbic Bank. The three-day training at Gardens restaurant in Fort Portal targeted to help women access knowledge to finance accessibility, finding markets, suppliers and strong business records that can …

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Leo Africa Institute gets financial support from Stanbic Uganda

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Stanbic Bank has donated Shs70million to the LéO Africa Institute towards supporting its Young Emerging Leaders Project, which fosters leadership skills by emphasizing empathy, clarity, knowledge volunteerism, in their various professional backgrounds, officials said on March 30. Cathy Adengo, the Stanbic Bank Head of Sustainability, …

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Business executives advise women on ‘kameeza’ money

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Ugandan women have been advised to look at the so-called ‘kameeza’ money as a source of investible capital. Kameeza is a cash daily subsistence allowance that typical Ugandan husbands leave their women in the morning before they go to work. Some smart women have become …

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Stanbic Bank retains 22% bancassurance market share

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Bancassurance contributed UGX103.5billion to the UGX1.1trillion Gross Written Premium (GWP) recorded by Uganda’s insurance sector in 2021 with Stanbic Bank accounting for 22% to consolidate its position as market leader. Bancassurance is the sale of life assurance and other general insurance products through commercial banking …

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Uganda’s PMI rises to 54.9 in January: report

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Uganda’s Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) rose to 54.9 in January, up from 51.5 in December, according to a report issued on Friday. The threshold of 50 is a baseline to indicate an increase or a decline in business conditions. The monthly report issued by Stanbic Bank …

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