ADB imposes sanctions on parties that have engaged in fraudulent, corrupt, coercive, collusive, obstructive practices, or other integrity violations.
ADB may cross debar parties that have been debarred by any of the other participating institutions in accordance with the Cross Debarment Agreement, and the other participating institutions may cross debar parties that ADB has publicly debarred.
Debarred entities are ineligible to participate in ADB-financed, administered or supported activities. A debarred firm’s ineligibility extends to all employees and officers of a firm, and may extend to other principals and contractual employees of the firm. Debarred individuals may not participate in ADB-related activity, as individuals or through nomination by an eligible firm, unless they have completely disassociated themselves with an ineligible firm.
|Sanctions as of 22 September 2014||Firms||Individuals|
|Total declared ineligible to participate in ADB-financed activity||925||605|
|Reinstated upon appeal||7||4|
|Reinstated upon completion of ineligibility||93||53|
|Reinstated upon completion of cross debarment||32||14|
|Currently ineligible to participate in ADB-financed activity||793||534|
Complete Sanctions List of ADB [ Authorized users only ]
Full list of entities that ADB sanctioned (includes published list) .
Published Sanctions List
Sanctions violations, second and subsequent violations, debarred entities who are uncontactable, cross debarred entities.
Cross Debarred Entities
Firms and individuals debarred by other institutions that ADB cross debarred.
Synopsis of ADB cases involving debarred entities.
Sanctions lists of other multilateral development banks (MDBs):
The base sanction for integrity violations is 3-year debarment. The Integrity Oversight Committee (IOC) may impose a greater or lesser debarment period depending on the circumstances of each case. The IOC will be guided by the following ranges: