The Asian Development Bank (ADB) is an international development financial institution whose vision is an Asia and Pacific region free of poverty. In pursuing its objectives, ADB provides different forms of financial assistance to its developing member countries. The main instruments are loans, technical assistance, grants, guarantees, and equity investments, which are met through various funding resources.
ADB accounts financial resources through ordinary capital resources (OCR) and Special Funds. Under ADB's Charter, OCR and Special Funds must at all times be held and used entirely separate from each other. ADB administers various trust funds as well, which are externally funded and administered by ADB on behalf of donors. These trust funds are not included in the quarterly financial statements and in this management’s discussion and analysis.
This report provides the unaudited condensed quarterly financial statements, along with management's discussion and analysis as of 31 March 2016.
- Management's Discussion and Analysis
- Combination of OCR and ADF Resources
- Ordinary Capital Resources
- Special Funds
- Appendix: Ordinary Capital Resources Condensed Management Reporting Balance Sheets
- Financial Statements