The owner has admitted that he hasn't sought clearance on the proposed share sale in the country's fourth largest bank.
Crane Bank's Move to Sell Stake Is Good
Observer, 28 September 2016
In the past couple of weeks, the media has been awash with reports about the decision by Crane bank directors to sell a stake in arguably one of Uganda's oldest indigenous banks. Read more »
Bank of Uganda Disowns Crane Bank Sale
Monitor, 21 September 2016
The proprietor of Crane Bank, Mr Sudhir Ruparelia last evening admitted that he hadn't yet sought Bank of Uganda clearance on the proposed share sale in Uganda's fourth largest… Read more »
Bank of Uganda 'Unaware' of Crane Bank Sale
Observer, 20 September 2016
Bank of Uganda (BOU) is yet to receive official communication on the proposed move to sell shares in Crane bank. Read more »
Owner Sudhir Speaks Out On Crane Bank Sale
Monitor, 20 September 2016
The proprietor of Crane Bank Limited, Mr Sudhir Ruparelia, yesterday said he had found a "strategic partner" to buy unspecified shares in Crane bank. Read more »
Crane Bank Launches Campaign to Promote Saving and Insurance
Monitor, 18 August 2016
Crane Bank Uganda has launched a campaign to promote saving culture and insurance uptake. Read more »
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