Financial sector players gathered in Kampala for the 8th banking, Finance and Insurance Expo held across 25th and 26th of May.
The Expo took place at the Golf Course Hotel, Kampala, and attracted 50 participants with a broad range of exhibitors from the financial service industry, including banks, insurance companies, and micro-financial institutions among others.
GroFin takes part in the 8th Banking, Finance and Insurance Expo 2016 held in Kampala, Uganda, across 25th and 26th of May.
David Sempala, CEO at Royal way media, the event’s organisers said this year’s financial Expo offered a holistic experience by combining exhibition and strategic information service provision that updated clients on the state of financial industry.
The GroFin Uganda team (L-R: Ivan Ndaula IM, Carolyn Mukasa IOM, Peter Maloba IM, Susan Kyaligonza OC, Arigye Munyangabo IE and Benon Buyinza IM) celebrate with certificate for best exhibitor display.
“All financial service providers should take an affirmative responsibility to contribute to financial capacity building processes. All providers should look out for opportunities in their businesses or service delivery models to prioritize clients financial literacy,” said Sempala.
Arigye Munyangabo urged commercial banks to take advantage of this year’s Expo to explain their products
to clients. She advised the banks to ensure that new infrastructure set up helps enhance their performance.
During the course of the Expo, Arigye shed light on the GroFin model, highlighting the importance of business support beyond finance.
As the sole market representative in the fund manager category, GroFin engaged with a number of exhibiters and acquired significant visibility in the market, with the office being awarded a Certificate of recognition for the best exhibitor display.