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Housing Finance Bank supports Innovation Series

KAMPALA, Uganda–To further enhance innovation in the real estate sector, Housing Finance Bank (HFB) the leading mortgage lender in Uganda has partnered with, brainchild Burson- Marsteller to sponsor the second edition of Innovation Series which is slated for April 26th, at the Pearl of Africa Hotel.

According to the Managing Director, Mr. Mathias Katamba, Housing Finance Bank, is proud to partner with brainchild Burson-Marstellar because Innovation Series, a thought leadership event, plays a pivotal role in promoting innovation in Uganda’s business environment, through high impact thought leadership discussions that stimulate product, service and business innovation which affects the strategic growth of organizations.

The theme for the second edition: Making Real Estate Ownership a Reality: Practical Innovations for Uganda, he adds, “Is timely because the cost of constructing houses in Uganda is skyrocketing to the disadvantage of many ordinary Ugandans. We therefore view Innovation Series an avenue for stimulating vital discussions that will lead to a reduction in the general cost of acquisition and construction of real estate, through new ways of building and financing houses.”

“As we celebrate 50 years of service to Ugandans, we pride ourselves in supporting such initiatives that provide practical innovations to everyday Ugandans in a bid to make housing affordable and accessible for all,” he adds. 

Mr. Walter Wafula, the Business Unit Head, brainchild Burson-Marsteller welcomed Housing Finance Bank to the growing Innovation Series partner network and extended the company’s appreciation to the bank. “We are pleased to partner with Housing Finance Bank to make the second edition of Innovation Series an invaluable thought leadership event for Ugandans. Your sponsorship demonstrates your sustained commitment to ensure that every Ugandan owns a house and is relieved of the burden of renting, through promoting innovation in real estate and financial services.”

The second edition of the “Innovation Series” is expected to attract business leaders, policy makers, and potential customers of real estate, from different sectors of the economy with keen interest in real estate development and ownership. Tickets to the event are available