MTN Uganda succeeds in second sale of shares (2024)

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MTN Uganda succeeds in second sale of shares

June 22, 2024 by Ernest Jjingo

MTN Uganda is now fully compliant with the minimum public float requirement by law in Uganda after it completed the...

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MTN Uganda succeeds in second sale of shares (2024)


How much are MTN Uganda shares today? ›

The current share price of MTN Uganda (MTNU) is UGX 170.00.

How old is MTN in Uganda today? ›

MTN Uganda
Company typePublic company
Founded21 October 1998
HeadquartersPlot 69-71 Jinja Road Kampala, Uganda
Key peopleCharles Mbire Chairman Sylvia Mulinge CEO
ServicesTelecommunications Information Technology Carrier
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Is MTN a good share to buy? ›

Buying a great company with a robust outlook at a cheap price is always a good investment, so let's also take a look at the company's future expectations. With profit expected to grow by 21% over the next couple of years, the future seems bright for MTN Group.

Can I sell my MTN shares? ›

You cannot sell MTN shares without using a licensed and regulated stockbroker within your country of residence.

Is MTN Uganda profitable? ›

Data and mobile money revenues saw significant growth, while voice revenue contribution saw a marginal decrease. The company witnessed a 16.3% growth in EBITDA, supported by stronger revenue performance and operational efficiency. Profit after tax saw an increase of 21.4% to Ush 493.0 billion.

How rich is MTN Uganda? ›

MTN Uganda, a subsidiary of South Africa's MTN Group, arguably the richest company in Uganda – with a net worth of more than $1.2trn – completed a record Initial Public Offer (IPO) on 6 December 2021 and started trading on the stock market.

What is the dividend of MTN Uganda? ›

The company has set the payment on 25 June 2024. With two interim dividends of UGX 5.6 and UGX 6.0 per share paid in September and December 2023, the final dividend payment of UGX 6.4 per share to be paid, brings the total dividend to UGX 18 per share.

How do I check MTN shares? ›

However, investors can use the official website to view the latest investor information and share prices. To buy, sell, and check your MTN shares, you must have a registered and verified account with an FSCA-regulated South African stockbroker that may provide share dealing in shares listed on the JSE.

What is the price of Airtel Uganda stock today? ›

The Airtel Uganda Ltd stock price today is 74.00.

How can I buy shares in Uganda stock? ›

Visit one of our licensed stock brokerage firms and open a Security Central Depositary (SCD) Account. To open an SCD account, you need a valid ID and 3 passport photos. Please note that account opening is free and there are no monthly or annual charges. How do you buy Shares?

What is the share price of SBU Uganda? ›

The Stanbic Bank Uganda Ltd stock price today is 37.50.

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