RNIT’s Anagha Hunnurkar on efforts to promote Rwanda’s savings culture

In an effort to promote Rwanda’s savings culture, the National Investment Trust recently launched an open end balanced fund to facilitate citizens to have a planned approach to investments and wealth creation. The fund will enable all Rwandans regardless of their income levels to invest a fraction of their income. CNBC Africa spoke to Anagha Hunnurkar, Technical Advisor at the Rwanda National Investment Trust.

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