Jobs at UMUTANGUHA Finance Company (UFC) Plc

UMUTANGUHA Finance Company (UFC) Plc, a company duly registered in the office of the Registrar General under company code number 101310843, licensed by National Bank of Rwanda to operate as Micro Finance Institution in Rwanda headquartered in Kigali, Opposite Nyamirambo Stadium, House # 177, KN2 Avenue, P.O Box 2998 Kigali, Tel 0788387730, email:

Umutanguha Finance Company Plc (UFC) is a public company limited by shares, it is a microfinance institution which was established in 2003 first as a Saving and credit cooperative, which transformed into a Union in 2006 and later on in 2013 as a public company limited by shares.

Since 2013 UFC made two amalgamation transactions where it acquired 2 microfinance cooperatives in 2016 and in 2018, UFC acquired 1 microfinance company and 2 microfinance cooperatives through amalgamation. In May 2023 the National Bank of Rwanda has approved FINAFRICA MICROFINANCE HOLDING a subsidiary of FINAFRICA which is also a subsidiary of GROUP DUVAL as major shareholder of UMUTANGUHA FINANCE COMPANY PLC with 51% shareholding. The institution has 23 branches (5 branches in Kigali and 18 branches outside of Kigali) and 1 outlet in Rwanda.

  1. SME Relationship Manage


Responsible for developing and maintaining a proactive customer advisory relationship management that includes effective consultative selling and structuring of solutions for potential or existing SME customers in line with the set targets, service standards and strategic objectives of the Bank aimed at growing the assets book.


2. Driver

Key Responsibilities:

  1. Driving staff of UFC where necessary on the work of UFC.
  2. Maintaining vehicle records and reports.
  3. Ensure the proper use of the vehicle by inspecting it before, during and after trips.
  4. Reports incidents and necessary repairs immediately to the supervisor.
  5. Perform other duties assigned by the supervisor.



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