Exim Bank Uganda is a Tier One (1) Supervised Financial Institution based in Kampala and part of the EXIM BANK Group of Tanzania. EXIM BANK (UGANDA) LIMITED (EBUL) was incorporated in 2016 and is regulated by the Bank of Uganda.
The Bank has registered achievements in the industry over the years and continues to grow its asset and liability portfolio through a well-crafted business model that is premised on business intelligence, relationship management and adherence to banking best practices.
The Bank has positioned itself as the preferred choice for customers from the upper middle class when it comes to retail, businesses and high net-worth SMEs for Corporate banking, all of whom desire to experience world class service and financial solutions.
In 2021, EBUL reached a major milestone when it achieved a profitability threshold amidst the uncertainties brought about by the COVID 19 pandemic. This represented a major turning point in the bank’s history and provided a trajectory for the Bank’s continued growth.
Today, we are in a strong position to offer a wide range of corporate, retail and SME banking products and services with competitive rates and exceptional service at all our seven (7) branches in and around Kampala City.
At EXIM BANK (UGANDA) LIMITED, we pride ourselves in delivering a memorable banking experience at every touch point.
We thrive on nurturing meaningful relationships with our customers by providing customized and suitable financial solutions. We are keen on understanding business trends to evolve in anticipation of meeting our customers’ expectations, thus keeping our value proposition as current and as relevant as possible.
EXIM BANK (UGANDA) LIMITED is leveraging technology and a deployment of a dynamic and committed team to stay relevant and provide sustainable banking solutions to our over 25,000 customers. Having the option of benchmarking against EXIM BANK- TZ Group Banking Partners, we have a bird’s eye view of regional and global financial trends to ably advise our customers on investments, business transactions and risk management.