Investing in Unit Trusts in Uganda: A Guide

Are you interested in investing in Uganda? In this informative video, we dive deep into the world of unit trusts, discussing their structure, licensed entities in Uganda, and how you can get started on your investment journey. Unit trusts are known for being tax-efficient and low-risk investment options, making them a popular choice for many investors.

**Unit Trusts Explained**
Learn about the differences between unit trusts and mutual funds in Uganda, and understand the structure and key players involved in unit trust investments. Discover how compounding can work wonders for your investment portfolio and why unit trusts might be the right choice for you.

**Resources and Links**
Get access to essential resources such as the [URBRA website]( and the [Capital Markets Authority website]( to further educate yourself on unit trusts in Uganda. Utilize a compound interest calculator to see how your investments can grow over time.

**Why Choose Unit Trusts**
Explore the benefits of unit trusts as a low-risk investment option and understand how they can help you achieve financial independence. With detailed insights and practical advice, this video is a must-watch for anyone looking to start investing in Uganda.

*Disclaimer: This video is for informational purposes only and does not constitute financial advice. Consult a qualified financial advisor for personalized investment recommendations.*

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  1. Hi Mariam, I’m interested in investing in a unit trust, but I’m not sure about the terms and conditions of the purchase agreement. Can I cancel my investment at any point in time, for example, if I change my mind or need the money urgently? What are the consequences of cancelling, such as fees, penalties, or losses? How do I go about cancelling my investment? Please advise. Thank you for this wonderful message has been an eye opener.

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