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List of banks in Uganda


List of banks in Uganda

This is a list of commercial banks in Uganda[1]

  1. ABC Capital Bank
  2. Bank of Africa[2]
  3. Bank of Baroda
  4. Bank of India[3]
  5. Barclays Bank
  6. Cairo International Bank
  7. Centenary Bank
  8. Citibank Uganda Limited
  9. Commercial Bank of Africa[4][5]
  10. Crane Bank
  11. DFCU Bank
  12. Diamond Trust Bank
  13. Ecobank Uganda
  14. Equity Bank
  15. Finance Trust Bank
  16. Guaranty Trust Bank
  17. Housing Finance Bank
  18. Imperial Bank Uganda[6]
  19. Kenya Commercial Bank
  20. NC Bank Uganda
  21. Orient Bank
  22. Stanbic Bank Uganda
  23. Standard Chartered Uganda
  24. Tropical Bank
  25. United Bank for Africa

See also


  1. ^ "List of Licensed Commercial Banks In 2012".  
  2. ^ Balagadde, Samuel (20 August 2008). "Bank of Africa Goes to Ntinda".  
  3. ^ Kulabako, Faridah (11 April 2012). "Bank of Uganda Licenses Two New Commercial Banks".  
  4. ^ Ngigi, George (13 August 2012). "CBA Raises KSh1.5 Billion For Expansion Into Uganda Market".  
  5. ^ Herbling, David (13 February 2013). "CBA Awaits Central Bank Approval to Set Up In Uganda".  
  6. ^ Khisa, Isaac (4 February 2011). "Kenya Bank Joins Uganda Market".  

External links

  • Kenyan Banks In Major Ugandan Expansion
  • Partial Listing of Ugandan Banks In 2014
  • KACITA Bank Expected To Open In 2015
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