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Which are ADB European Member Countries?
What is the role of the European Representative Office (ERO)?
ADB European Representative Office's (ERO) main responsibility is to build up ADB strategic partnerships and working relations with:
- The 17 ADB European member countries
- Europe-based multilateral and bilateral development and financial institutions
- the European business community
- Non-governmental Organizations
- Europe-based media
- other interested parties in Europe
How can a consultant or a company participate in biddings related to ADB-funded projects?
ADB provides an integrated Consultant Management System (CMS) for registration and maintaining profiles of both consulting entities and individuals. Entities and individuals previously registered in DACON and DICON do not need to re-register; existing profiles have been transferred from the former systems to the new CMS.
Consulting entities and individuals are encouraged to visit ADB Consulting Services Recruitment Notice (CSRN) which provides detailed information on the consulting services required for ADB financed or administered projects.
How can I find information about a specific ADB-funded project?
You may visit the website's Projects section, where information about ADB-funded projects is readily available. It contains project profiles and reports, information on technical assistance projects, and operations evaluation.
You can also do a search by keying in the project name in the project summaries database. If you do not know the name of the project, you can use the 'search a region/country' function and choose the country in which the project will be carried out.
How do I order copies of ADB publications?
To order directly from ADB headquarters, send to firstname.lastname@example.org a completed order form, or mail to Publications Unit, Asian Development Bank, 6 ADB Avenue, Mandaluyong City 1550, Metro Manila, Philippines or fax it to +632 636 2648. Please note that a corresponding shipping/delivery charge will be applied and that publications will only be shipped/delivered after a valid payment is received.
For review copies and copyright permission requests, use the review/copyright form.
How can I apply for a job at ADB?
Please visit ADB employment opportunities website. For your application to be considered, you must complete ADB's application form. Applications should be in English and should reach the Human Resources Division no later than 5:00 p.m., Manila time, on the specified closing date. Accomplished application should be sent as an attachment to the e-mail address indicated in the advertisement.
How can I get information about purchasing ADB bonds?
Information about this may be obtained through any major investment bank or broker. Learn more about ADB debt issuance.
What is the time difference between Frankfurt and Manila?
Manila time is Frankfurt time +7:00 hours (winter time) or Frankfurt time +6:00 hours (summer time).