Governance of an investment club is key to its long term survival. We encourage investment
Clubs to formulate a set of rules and regulations (called “by- laws”) which are mutually agreed
by all members. dfcu Bank has developed a generic set of by-laws that cover most of the
areas of interest for any investment club. It is available at all dfcu branches at no cost.
However, members are encouraged to amend it to suit the clubs’ specific needs, preferably
with the advice of a lawyer.
You don’t have to look far from your social circles; workmates, peers, friends and family
members, are often some of the best circles to consider when starting an investment club.
This ensures that the ties that bind the partners are deeper than just business.
The minimum balance is UGX. 50,000.
A dfcu investment club can be started by a minimum of four people, with the same business
Goals/aspirations. That is very important in maintaining the focus as the group forges ahead.
This is a program that was started by dfcu Bank that brings together a group of people with common business interests and ambitions. The aim is to pool funds together to the completion of the common goal in a far shorter time period than would be the case if each member acted individually.
Yes, you can. You can get any insurance products including motor insurance, fire and burglary, domestic insurance cover to medical insurance, life insurance and property insurance.
No, there is no difference between Insurance and Bancassurance. Bancassurance simply means that you can now access insurance through dfcu Bank. Simply put, it is insurance bought through your Bank.
Insurance provides a means to protect your wealth and prevent you sliding into a lower income bracket.
Think about a parent, who saves money in a trust fund every month to secure their children’s future:
Insurance provides a solution for most for all who have not acquired sufficient wealth to secure our own future and that of our loved ones.