Ugandan social security fund’s outside investments performing well, CIO says

Nairobi: investments in Kenya performing well

The National Social Security Fund of Uganda's investments outside the country have performed well, notably those in Kenya, its chief investment officer has told Central Banking.

For most of its history, the fund has invested in Uganda, Gerald Kasaato said, on the sidelines of the National Asset-Liability Management Africa conference, in Johannesburg. This has changed "in the past two to three years" when the fund has invested in other East African countries. Its investment guidelines prevent it

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