Development Finance Company of Uganda Limited (DFCU.ug) listed on the Uganda Securities Exchange under the Banking sector has released it’s 2012 annual report.For more information about Development Finance Company of Uganda Limited (DFCU.ug) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Development Finance Company of Uganda Limited (DFCU.ug) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Development Finance Company of Uganda Limited (DFCU.ug) 2012 annual report.Company ProfileDevelopment Finance Company of Uganda is a commercial bank offering products and services for the retail, commercial and corporate banking sectors in Uganda through its subsidiary, DFCU Bank Ltd. Its product offering ranges from savings and current accounts to investment, fixed and demand deposits and personal and corporate credit. The bank provides medium and long-term finance to the private sector; with a focus on the agricultural, construction, tourism and hospitality, education, manufacturing and transport sectors. In addition to standard commercial banking products and services, DFCU Bank offers lease and mortgage finance, foreign exchange trading and money market transfer services. The company has an extensive network of branches and ATMS located in the major towns and cities of Uganda. Development Finance Company of Uganda Limited was founded in 1964; it became a commercial bank in 2000 after taking over and renaming Gold Trust Bank. Development Finance Company of Uganda is listed on the Uganda Securities Exchange
Racing-Metro’s Irish fly-half Jonathan Sexton is about to kick the ball and to score during the Top 14 rugby union match Paris Stade Français vs Racing Metro, on October 26, 2013 at the Stade de France stadium in Saint Denis, near Paris. AFP PHOTO LIONEL BONAVENTURE (Photo credit should read LIONEL BONAVENTURE/AFP/Getty Images) Up until the autumn international break Sexton had played 666 minutes of Top 14 rugby, not to mention 180 minutes of Heineken Cup action against Clermont and the Scarlets. But let’s just concentrate on the Top 14 today and those devilish 666 minutes of league action.For Leinster last season, Sexton played a total of 668 minutes of Rabo12 rugby. That’s right, just two minutes more than he’s already totted up for Racing in the Top 14. Considering that Sexton is not even halfway through the Top 14 season and that, should Racing reach the final, potentially he has another 18 matches to play, then the ‘wear and tear’ Schmidt moans about is going to get far worse.Sexton has played in nine of Racing’s eleven league fixtures, one game fewer than he played for Leinster last season in the Rabo12. In the 2011-12 season the Ireland fly-half featured eight times for his province (seven starts and one as a substitute) and in the 2010-2011 campaign he appeared in ten matches. Waiting for some news: Johnny Sexton will have to wait and see what the extent of his hamstring injury isBy Gavin MortimerJONATHAN SEXTON is looking unlikely to play against the All Blacks at the weekend. The Ireland fly-half limped out of Saturday’s dispiriting 32-15 loss to Australia with a hamstring injury and the extent of his condition will be known once medics have consulted his scans.Speaking on Sunday, Ireland coach Joe Schmidt said in all probability the 28-year-old Sexton will have to undergo a fitness test later this week before any decision is made on the All Blacks game. “My expectation would be that he would have to train on Friday,” said Schmidt, adding: “He hasn’t really spent that much time with us training, he had a little hip-flexor issue plus we left him to rest against Samoa just because of the attritional game time he had already accumulated…I think the wear and tear of that game time has consequences, and unfortunately those consequences have fallen in our lap.”Palpable fury?: Josef Schmidt takes Ireland’s trainingSchmidt’s frustration – perhaps anger would be a more accurate description – is palpable, and it’s clear who he holds responsible for Sexton’s plight. Racing Metro.Sexton signed for the French club last season, leaving behind Leinster for an alleged monthly salary of €52,000 (according to the French press, only Toulon star Jonny Wilkinson’s monthly wage of €56,000 trumps Sexton in the Top 14). Big bucks, but in return the Parisian club wanted their pound of flesh. And boy have they got it. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS No longer lovingly managed: Sexton has played a lot of rugbyThe days of Sexton being lovingly managed through the season by Leinster and the IRFU are long gone. As has been well documented, the Top 14 clubs have little sympathy with the international game, and who can blame them given the pay packets they dole out. Sexton – along with Dan Lydiate, Jamie Roberts and a host of other world stars – was hired by Racing owner Jacky Lorenzetti over the summer to transform the club’s fortunes after several disappointing seasons .So far they haven’t been able to turn things around, and Racing lie ninth in the table behind the likes of the far less wealthy Grenoble and Brive. So Sexton’s fitness won’t just be causing concern in Ireland this week; there’ll be more than the odd Parisian hoping it’s nothing too serious. After all, Racing have a busy Christmas schedule coming up with three games in 14 days. Johnny is needed, dodgy hamstring and all.