Wider-range investments-accounts under trustee, Financial Accounting

Wider-range Investments

(Requiring advice in writing from a properly qualified person)

  1. Quoted shares of a company with a paid-up capital of not less than Shs10m and has paid dividends on all issued capital for the past five years.
  2. Shares in approved building societies.
  3. Units issued by authorised unit trusts.
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