Is investing in MTN’s IPO a good buy? 

A woman walks past a mobile money kiosk in Kampala. MTN’s offer aims to facilitate the broadest possible shareholder base in Uganda, with Ugandan retail investors making applications for Offer Shares of an aggregate minimum value of Shs 5 million. Photo | Abubaker Lubowa

What you need to know:

  • Initial Public Offer. MTN’s Initial Public Offering priced at Shs200, is bound to attract several investors hoping to cash in with a minimum investment of Shs100,000. Find out how you will cash in. 

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