Financial Sector Deepening (FSD) Uganda partners with the Capital Markets Authority (CMA) and the European Union (EU) to establish first-of-a-kind Deal-Matching Facility in Uganda
The innovative partnership has been established with the aim of making medium-to-large Ugandan companies attractive to investors Tue. June 8th, 2021, Kampala: Financial Sector Deepening (FSD) Uganda is launching a Deal Flow Facility (DFF) to increase investment in medium to large companies in Uganda. Funded by the European Union (EU) and in collaboration with the […]
Laboremus launches digital platform to improve access to credit for smallholder farmers & management of cooperatives.
Funding received from Financial Sector Deepening Uganda will help build resilience of smallholder farmers and the groups that serve them. Kampala – Wednesday 20th November 2019; Laboremus Uganda Ltd. has received support from Financial Sector Deepening Uganda (FSDU) to accelerate its work to provide financing to farmers in Uganda and beyond. Through Emata, a […]
URSB & FSD Uganda MoU
Providing easy access to credit as capital for MSMEs, improved financial inclusion remains core to this cooperation Kampala, Uganda; 08th November, 2019; URSB and Financial Sector Deepening Uganda have today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that aims at fostering partnership in mutual areas of interest, such as positioning the Security Interest in Movable Property […]
Uganda hosts over 250 African delegates for the 2019 Africa FinTech Festival.
Tuesday 5th November 2019: The 2019 Africa FinTech Festival (AFF) themed ‘The role of FinTechs in Africa’s Digital Economy’ was officially opened today. The two-day event co-hosted by The Financial Technology Service Providers Association of Uganda (FITSPA) and Financial Sector Deepening (FSD) Uganda is taking place between November 5th and 6th at the Serena Hotel, […]
FSDU’s Interventions to Promote Women’s Financial Inclusion
Kampala, March 5, 2018: Financial Inclusion in Uganda has gained significant recognition through the recently launched National Financial Inclusion Strategy (NFIS) 2017-2022 whose major focus area is to enhance development of the financial sector to be more robust to enhance inclusion. If implemented well, there will be opportunity for more Ugandans to access a […]
FSDU strengthens financial inclusion with digital payments
Partnering in digital payments to strengthen financial inclusion in Uganda Kampala, Uganda – 2nd November 2017: Over half of Uganda’s adults are forced to keep their savings at home because of a lack of access to formal financial services. Not only is this not safe, but it slows the country’s growth as large numbers of citizens […]