Ruparelia Group


The Ruparelia Group of Companies, commonly referred to as the Ruparelia Group, is a privately owned conglomerate in Uganda Sudhir Ruparelia, a wealthy Ugandan businessman, is a shareholder in each of the companies in the Group

Contents

  • 1 Overview
  • 2 History
  • 3 Subsidiary companies
  • 4 See also
  • 5 References
  • 6 External links

Overview

As of February 2018, Ruparelia Group is mainly involved in education, real estate development and management, hotels, resorts, floriculture and broadcasting Sudhir Ruparelia, the Group's founder and chairman, is the majority shareholder in the companies that comprise the group In November 2012, Forbes Magazine estimated his net worth at US$900 Million, making him the wealthiest individual in Uganda at the time

History

As a young man in England, Sudhir Ruparelia successfully established a number of small businesses before returning to Uganda in the 1980s to take advantage of the improving political and business stability

Subsidiary companies

As of December 2017, the companies of the Ruparelia Group included but were not limited to the following:

  • Crane Management Services Limited - Kampala
  • Dehli Public International School-Naguru, Kampala
  • Goldstar Insurance Company Limited - Kampala
  • Kabira Country Club - Bukoto, Kampala
  • Kampala International School Uganda
  • Kampala Parents' School
  • Kampala Speke Hotel - Kampala
  • Meera Investments Limited - Kampala
  • Munyonyo Commonwealth Resort - Munyonyo
  • Premier Roses Limited - Entebbe
  • Rosebud Limited - Entebbe
  • Sanyu FM 882 - Kampala
  • Speke Apartments Limited - Kampala
  • Speke Resort and Conference Center - Munyonyo, Kampala
  • Tourist Hotel - Kampala
  • Victoria University Uganda - Kampala
  • The group owns commercial and real estate interests in Rwanda, South Sudan, the United Kingdom, and the United Arab Emirates

See also

  • List of conglomerates in Uganda
  • List of conglomerates in Africa
  • Kampala Capital City Authority
  • List of wealthiest people in Uganda

References

  1. ^ Mfonobong Nsehe 20 November 2012 "Sudhir Ruparelia, Uganda's Multi-talented Property Baron" New York City: Forbescom Retrieved 5 November 2016 
  2. ^ Nsehe, Mfonobong Contributor 25 June 2014 "The World's Billionaires: #1523 Sudhir Ruparelia" Forbescom Retrieved 25 June 2014 
  3. ^ Jamal, Vali 3 October 2012 "Ugandan Asians: The Making of Ruparelia Group" Daily Monitor Retrieved 25 June 2014 
  4. ^ Nsehe, Mfonobong 26 April 2013 "Africa's Newest Billionaire: Ugandan Builds $11 Billion Fortune From The Ground Up" Ventures-Africacom Retrieved 25 June 2014 
  5. ^ Balagadde, Samuel 22 June 2009 "Sudhir Invests US$14 Million In School" New Vision Retrieved 25 June 2014 
  6. ^ Conan Businge, and Ssebidde Kiryowa 20 July 2015 "KISU Students Excel In International Baccalaureate Exams" New Vision Kampala Retrieved 20 July 2015 
  7. ^ State House Uganda 7 August 2012 "President Yoweri Museveni In Hat Chairing The Great Lakes Summit At Munyonyo On 7-8-2012" StateHousegoug Retrieved 25 June 2014 
  8. ^ a b Wagabaza, Owen 30 October 2017 "Flower companies receive free zone licences" New Vision newspaper Kampala Retrieved 2 December 2017 
  9. ^ Conan Businge, and Ssebide Kiryowa 5 September 2013 "Businessman Sudhir Buys Victoria University" New Vision Retrieved 25 June 2014 
  10. ^ Kiryowa, Sebidde 24 November 2012 "Sudhir Richest Man In East Africa – Forbes" New Vision 

External links

  • Ruparelia Group Homepage
  • What next for Sudhir after losing Crane Bank to dfcu
  • Companies portal


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