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SBU - Stanbic Bank Uganda

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SBU share price on Uganda Securities ExchangeSBU share price on Uganda Securities Exchange

Stanbic Uganda Holdings Limited, part of Africa's leading financial services group Standard Bank, is the largest financial institution in Uganda licensed under the Financial Institutions Act 2004. The Bank was founded in Uganda as the National Bank of India in 1906, and after several name changes became Grindlays Bank. When the Standard Bank Group bought the Grindlays network in Africa it also in October 1993, re-established a presence in Uganda as Stanbic Bank.

Stanbic Bank operates 71 points of representation and a growing network of automated teller machines currently numbering 111. The bank is located all over Uganda with Stanbic Bank's head office in Kampala from where its business and support functions operate.

Stanbic Bank Uganda is listed on the Uganda Securities Exchange (USE) since January 25th, 2007. Stanbic is traded on the USE under the ticker symbol “SBU”. The International Securities Identification Number (ISIN) of USE:SBU is UG0000000386. Stanbic Bank Uganda is currently the fifth most valuable stock on the USE with a market capitalization of UGX 1.18 trillion, which is about 5.64% of the Uganda Securities Exchange equity market.

SBU23.00 ▪ 0.00
Yesterday
Last Trading Results
Opening Price
Day’s Low Price
Day’s High Price
Traded Volume10,200
Number of Deals
Gross Turnover234,600.00
Growth & Valuation
Earnings Per Share
Price/Earning Ratio
Dividend Per Share
Dividend Yield
Shares Outstanding51.2B
Market Capitalization1.18T
Monetary values are quoted in Uganda Shilling (UGX) unless otherwise stated

SBU Stock Market Performance

1WK4WK3MO
-4.17%-8%-17.9%
6MO1YRYTD
-9.13%-13.2%-11.5%

The current share price of Stanbic Bank Uganda (SBU) is UGX 23.00. SBU closed its last trading day (Wednesday, May 25, 2022) at 23.00 UGX per share on the Uganda Securities Exchange (USE). Stanbic began the year with a share price of 26.00 UGX but has since lost 11.5% off that price valuation, ranking it ninth on the USE in terms of year-to-date performance. Shareholders’ worries are compounded by the fact that SBU has lost 8% of the stock’s value from April 22nd to date.

Stanbic Bank Uganda is the fifth most traded stock on the Uganda Securities Exchange over the past three months (Feb 14 - May 25, 2022). SBU has traded a total volume of 12.1 million shares valued at UGX 304 million over the period, with an average of 191,360 traded shares per session. A volume high of 3.21 million was achieved on February 21st for the same period. The table below details the last 10 trading days of activity of Stanbic Bank Uganda on the Uganda Securities Exchange.

DateVolumeCloseChangeChange%
2022-05-2510,20023.00
2022-05-2447,40023.00
2022-05-2355,14323.00
2022-05-201,702,30023.00-1.00-4.17%
2022-05-1725,00024.00-0.77-3.11%
2022-05-16238,00024.77+0.78+3.25%
2022-05-1340,86523.99+0.10+0.42%
2022-05-1217,60623.89-1.11-4.44%
2022-05-1130,80025.00
2022-05-107,80025.00

Profile of Stanbic Uganda Holdings Limited

Stanbic Uganda Holdings Limited operates in the Financials sector, specifically, the Banking industry.

Factsheet of Stanbic Uganda Holdings Limited

Sector
Financials
Industry
Banking
Address
17 Hannington Road, P. O. Box 7131, Kampala, Uganda
Telephone
+256-312-224-600

SBU Industrial Market Competitors

Stanbic Uganda Holdings Limited, issuers of the SBU stock on the Uganda Securities Exchange, have seven market competitors who are also engaged in the Financials sector and/or Banking industry. The table below presents an overview of their market standing.

CodeNameM. Cap.CloseYTD
BOBUBank of Baroda Uganda213B85.00-11%
EBLEquity Bank Limited5.01T1,353.71-15.3%
KCBKCB Group3.34T1,117.87-21%
NICNational Insurance Corporation8.64B6.10+19.6%
DFCUDFCU Limited415B555.00-4.31%
JHLJubilee Holdings Limited488B8,144.26-17.9%
CENTCentum Investment209B314.45-29.3%

Index of African Stock Exchanges:

  1. Botswana Stock Exchange
  2. BRVM Stock Exchange
  3. Ghana Stock Exchange
  4. Johannesburg Stock Exchange
  5. Lusaka Securities Exchange
  6. Malawi Stock Exchange
  7. Nairobi Securities Exchange
  8. Nigerian Stock Exchange
  9. Uganda Securities Exchange
  10. Zimbabwe Stock Exchange

Comments (18)

  1. LubegaLubega
    Apr 25, 2022 18:32 GMT

    I read somewhere that it's after 3 working days for my sell or buy order to be completed.
    Has it changed or it's as it was.
    Thanks.

  2. Lawrence BuyiLawrence Buyi
    Aug 11, 2021 15:09 GMT

    How can I buy shares in Stanbic bank

  3. NIRAGIRE MOSESNIRAGIRE MOSES
    Apr 22, 2021 21:16 GMT

    I wish to buy share but i dont have a brokerage account how can i go a bout that?
    and it means opening how can i open it when am not in Uganda

    1. OdessaOdessa
      May 8, 2021 12:27 GMT

      You can still open a brokerage account even if you're outside Uganda. You just have to send over all the necessary documents that the broker requires to confirm your identity.

  4. Nakalera JustineNakalera Justine
    Apr 3, 2022 10:34 GMT

    When are you advertising for buying of shares

  5. RonnyRonny
    Mar 2, 2022 06:59 GMT

    Where can I go to buy shares , any branch ?

  6. Vanessa EmmaculateVanessa Emmaculate
    Jun 21, 2021 18:58 GMT

    If possible I would like to continue to communicate with you about the bank and help me put to buy shares

  7. Namakika FaibeNamakika Faibe
    Dec 6, 2021 14:12 GMT

    Wat z da minimum cost for da shares in stanbic

  8. Awor BudesianAwor Budesian
    Nov 8, 2021 07:23 GMT

    I have been viewing the comments but what do u mean by 100 shares are at 2600.
    Two thousand six hundred Shillings only or that's 260,000????
    I need clarity bcoz I don't understand it very well.
    Thx from Budesian.

  9. Magambo Faith RebeccaMagambo Faith Rebecca
    May 10, 2021 08:30 GMT

    I'd like to buy shares in stanbic bank. What procedure must I follow

  10. SolomonSolomon
    Apr 27, 2021 08:45 GMT

    Is it possible to open up a stock brokerage account online,if yes how?

    1. OdessaOdessa
      May 8, 2021 12:23 GMT

      Depends on the broker, haven't done it before though. Anyway, they still need to fulfill KYC requirements to make sure they know the legal identity of the person opening the account otherwise money launderers and corrupt politicians can use brokerage accounts to hide money.

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