ADB's borrowing proceeds finance Ordinary Capital Resources (OCR) operations, including development projects and programs within its developing members with the aim of reducing poverty in Asia and the Pacific region.
ADB's annual borrowing program is carefully planned to meet the requirements of its lending operations, debt redemptions, and liquidity policy within the context of a dynamic market environment.
As of 31 December 2013, ADB had borrowed in 31 currencies. It had 350 outstanding borrowings with an aggregate principal amount of $61.6 billion and an average maturity of 3 years.
ADB's estimated borrowing requirement over the next three years is in the range of $13.0 billion to $15.0 billion per annum.
|Volume (US$ Billion Equivalent)||4||2||4||5||9||9||10||15||14||13||12|
|Average Maturity* (Years)||8||8||4||6||5||3||4||5||5||5||4|
|Range of Maturity (Years)||3-30||3-30||2-30||2-30||1-30||2-35||2-30||2-30||1-30||1-30||1-30|
* Based on first call date.