Bank of Uganda (BoU) has maintained the Central Bank Rate (CBR) at 7 percent in October 2020. This
is according to the Monetary Policy Statement for October 2020 issued to the press by Prof. Emmanuel
Tumusiime-Mutebile, Governor Bank of Uganda. Download: Monetary Policy Statement for October 2020
BOU employs more than 900 staff members and currently maintains nine Regional Branches. We are looking for people who are willing to make a difference. If you are well qualified to promote change and demonstrate competences in relevant areas of the Central Bank, we encourage you to apply.
Publications as an internal and external means of communication, is widely used by the Bank of Uganda to reach and impact its target groups and stakeholders. The Bank of Uganda produces a variety of publications in areas of research, monetary policy, financial stability, statistics and related economic and financial issues.
The Bank of Uganda strives to inform and educate the public on its role, mandate products and services. This is done through engaging our stakeholders by participating in exhibitions, making presentations to organizations and clubs, and the creation of public awareness materials that make it easier for the public to understand what, how and why we do