Regulatory Bodies

Bank of Uganda; To foster price stability and a sound financial system. To be a centre of excellence in upholding macroeconomic stability

Capital Markets Authority ( CMA): CMA executes its legal mandate with the following objectives: Promoting confidence in the capital markets. Ensuring honesty and transparency in capital markets transactions. Carrying out investor education

Uganda Securities Exchange ( USE): Its core mandate was to provide centralized depository, clearing and settlement services for the Ugandan equity and debt markets. The company became operational in July 2010

Insurance Regulatory Authority of Uganda ( IRA): The Insurance Regulatory Authority of Uganda (IRAU) is a government agency mandated to “ensure the effective administration, supervision, regulation and control of the business of Insurance in Uganda”

Uganda Microfinance Regulatory Authority ( UMRA): The law enabled the establishment of Uganda Microfinance Regulatory Authority (UMRA) with a mandate to promote a sound and sustainable microfinance among the non-bank financial institution’s (Savings and Credit Cooperatives SACCOs, Non-Deposit Taking Microfinance Institutions and moneylenders, Village Saving Groups.

Uganda Retirement Benefits Regulatory Authority ( URBRA): Promoting the development of the retirement benefits sector; Licensing of retirement benefits schemes; and. Licensing of service providers including – Trustees, Administrators, Fund Managers and Custodians of Retirement Benefits Schemes.

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