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Returning Damaged Notes
Damaged or mutilated Bank notes
Bank notes can be damaged or mutilated by poor handling and/or storage. The Bank of Uganda encourages users of currency to keep it well so as to lengthen its lifecycle.
Returning mutilated notes
A damaged or mutilated banknote, can be brought to Bank of Uganda Headquarters or at any of the currency centers.
The bearer is given a form to fill and attach to the damaged note. It is then returned to the authorized officer and a new banknote will be issued to the bearer.
For a mutilated note to be accepted and a new note issued, at least three quarters of that note must be available.
Counterfeits are completely worthless notes. Don’t get caught up- protect yourself and check your banknotes whenever you receive them. It is a criminal offence to keep or pass on a note you know is a counterfeit. If you have a note that you believe is counterfeit, you must take it to police or Bank of Uganda, as soon as possible.
- Central Bank Rate (CBR)
|June 2019||August 2019|
|Food Crops & Related Items||-0.8||-1.4|
- Exchange Rates
- September 20, 2019
- Financial News Report
|August 07, 2019||August 14, 2019|
|T/Bills (91 days)||9.63||8.97|
|T/Bills (182 days)||10.74||10.75|
|T/Bills (364 days)||11.50||11.63|
|T/Bonds (2 years)||12.85||12.85|
|T/Bonds (3 years)||13.15||13.15|
|T/Bonds (5 years)||15.05||15.05|
|T/Bonds (10 years)||14.28||14.28|
|T/Bonds (15 years)||14.35||14.35|
- Commercial Bank Rates
|May 2019||June 2019|
|Time Deposit Rate||10.48||9.98|