Table of contents for Promoting development oriented financial system in Sub-saharan Africa : the Uganda country experience / Morios Obwona, Charles Augustine Abuka, and Kenneth Alpha Egesa.


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SFINAN    AL  LIBERALISATION    ND  GROW TH  .................. ........................................ ...................
11 FlNANC.IAL SECTOR REFORM 1SSES ...             .......      ............................ 10
3.1 TI   A FI 'NI)I-INANCIAI ES: H.                                           ... 10
3.  1   The  banking  system  ... .. ... .... . ........... .... ........... . .... ... ........ . .........
3 .1 .2  O ther  financial  institutions ................................ ........... ..................................
3.2  FINAN IA  SECTOR  R OR   IN  UGANDA  ............................ ................. ......... ..................................  2
3.2 .1  Interest  rate  liberalisation .. ................................................................................   12
3.2.2  Reduction  in  directed  credit................. ..................... .......   1
3 .2 .3  P rivatisation  o f  b anks ................................................ ....................... . .............. .  15
3.2.4  A uthorisation  of new  banks  ..... . ... ......... ............... .. .. ........ ..... ... . 15
3.2.5  Securities market liberalisation ....... ...... ...... .......... ..................  15
3.2.6 International financial liberalisation ............................      16
3.3 UiANDA'S STATE OF PREPAREDNESS F OR TIlE REiORMS AND PENDING CHALLCENGES REFOR.M ........1......... 17
34 l1NAN( IAL REFORM. GROW'il, INVESTMENT AND SAVINGS  ...................................  23
IV. ECONOMETRIC EVIDENCE .................. ........25
.1 ( R  T   AND  INV S MEN   .................................................................. 26
'4.2  PRIV A TI S' SA V IN G S R ...... .. . ....... ..... ........ .........  .......................... . ... . . . . ............. ...... .. 3  1
V IMPLI'ATIONS FOR FINANCIAL SECT OR REFORM .........      .. .........             34
5.1 PRFi A,REDNESS OF 'UGANDA FOR TF F ANCIAL SECTOR I RFORM........ ............. ..... ............. 34
5.2 LESSONS LEARNED. WI I,AT WORKS AND WlI  T DOES NOT ......... ............................................. .............34
5.3 MONITORING IMPlEMENTATIION ANDI) EVAl lATlING FINANCI AI SECTOR RI FOR) M ..... .... ...................3
5.4 AcCEss BY I'THE POOR 10 FINANCIAI SERVICES .. ....... .......... ...... ........ .................36
.5 FINANCI  I RFl iORMS IN 'I lE CONTEXT )F BIROADE  C OITN'ITRY DI VElI PMN'i ST RAi EY .... .............. 36
5.6 REIDEFINING "lHE ROL:   AND ITERI ORMANC  OY DI VEI iLOP Ni  ANKS ......... ........................... .... 37
5.7 AGRC ICI" LT L DFVELEOPMENT STIRATECY. FINAN INC AND POV R'TY RcIDTION.................. .....
5.8 LINK BETWEEN FINANCE, SAVINS IN VESI'MEN AND 'I GROI T1 I...................... ...............
5.9 KNOW(   ,ED,   Gl APS F[ R FUR'  HER R  SHARC  i  INANCIA, SECTOR REFR M...................... ..... ............. . 39



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Banks and banking Uganda, Finance Government policy Uganda, Uganda Economic policy