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36 million Stanbic shares on demand

Stanbic Bank maintained steady demand for its shares at 35.6 million on Tuesday, a trend started at the beginning of the year. The demand eased up slightly...

Baroda dominates trade Umeme, Stanbic active...

Bank of Baroda dominated the markets trading shares worth sh167m at sh115 per share. Umeme came close second, selling shares worth sh10.5m at sh365 per...

Centum acquires Genesis Kenya to push up...

Centum has announced a 73% acquisition of Genesis - a Kenyan investment firm, as it positions itself to boost profits.

Umeme IPO wins numerous accolades

The Umeme Initial Public Offer has been voted the best in Africa in 2012 at the recent Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) Finance awards dinner in London,...

Massive demand for Stanbic as foreign cash...

Stanbic Bank shares are attracting huge demand post dividend announcement, restoring the bank to its status as the most sought after company since listing....

Competition for trustee services up with...

The share markets are witnessing increased competition for custodial, trustee and fund manager services as savings go up with growth of Uganda’s Gross...

Equity investments dominate 2012-survey

Total equity consisted of sh8.8 trillion, out of the total sh12.3 trillion, while other capital accounted for just sh3.4 trillion, including external long...

Baroda secures future with bonus issue

Bank of Baroda completed a second bonus issue recently, pushing its paid up capital to sh25b, from sh10b in line with Central Bank requirements.

Analysts hail dfcu deal as boost to market...

Market analysts have hailed the dfcu deal that saw the bank welcome two new shareholders as a big positive for the market.

Uganda Clays shares steady after Rubaijaniza...

Uganda Clays share price has not shifted from sh35 since Charles Rubaijaniza, the former top boss tendered in his resignation for reasons still unknown....

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