Uganada’s Tumusiime-Mutebile on reforming debt markets


Emmanuel Tumusiime-Mutebile, the governor of Bank of Uganda, on Wednesday said attempts to strengthen the participation of broker dealers in securities markets would help promote greater depth to secondary debt markets.

At a Bank of Uganda and Uganda Securities Exchange workshop in Kampala, Uganda, Tumusiime-Mutebile said: "Broker-dealers can help to widen market demand for debt securities by engaging in the retail securities business, with individuals, non-bank financial institutions and non

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