Annual Report on 2011 Portfolio Performance

Evaluation Document | 23 October 2012
The annual portfolio performance report is a Management report that details the state of the sovereign and nonsovereign portfolios of the Asian Development Bank (ADB). It presents a snapshot of the bank's operating performance by analyzing key portfolio trends and systemic issues, and identifies possible changes in ADB processes and procedures. The report was discussed by the Board's Development Effectiveness Committee on 12 September 2012.

The annual portfolio performance report (APPR) is a Management report on the state of the portfolio of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) for sovereign and nonsovereign operations (NSO). It provides a snapshot of the performance of ADB's ongoing operations by analyzing key portfolio trends and systemic issues, and identifying possible changes in ADB processes and procedures.

The APPR is an integral building block within the ADB performance management information system and complements the annual Development Effectiveness Review Report (DEfR) by providing a focused and in-depth analysis of the portfolio. Further, by providing an analytical framework for country-level portfolio assessments, the APPR is a key input to the annual country portfolio reviews and longer term country partnership strategies. For NSO, the APPR presents a comprehensive analysis of the NSO portfolio, including annual flows, compositions, quality indicators, and financial returns.