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|24 Jan 2014||
This is intended as a quick reference guide to those processing and implementing projects in India. While the Government of India acts as the borrower or recipient for ADB loans and grants, the executing and implementing agencies receive funds through complex onlending arrangements involving transfer of interest rate and foreign exchange risk, and even different pricing and repayment terms....
|1 Feb 2014||
This investor presentation provides an overview of the Asian Development Bank and presents information relevant to prospective investors. This investor presentation provides an overview of the Asian Development Bank and presents information relevant to prospective investors....
|5 Sep 2013||
ADB Prices $2.0 Billion, 5-Year Global Bond ADB returned to the US dollar bond market yesterday with the pricing of a $2.0 billion 5-year global benchmark bond issue, proceeds of which will be part of the bank’s ordinary capital resources and used in its non-concessional operations...
|3 Jul 2014||
News from Country Offices
47930-014 47930-024 MANILA, PHILIPPINES (3 July 2014) – The Asian Development Bank (ADB) is providing a loan package to a private sector bank to help address the funding gap of micro-, small- and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs), and to a financing company to support the nascent...
|30 Jun 2014||
News from Country Offices
47934-001 MANILA, PHILIPPINES (1 July 2014) – The Asian Development Bank (ADB) is helping Mongolia’s micro-, small- and medium-sized enterprises (MSME) get better access to bank financing from one of its biggest banks, through a $40 million loan approved today. The loan will be used to expand the MSME portfolio of...
|21 May 2013||
This document summarizes the discussion of the meeting of the ADB Board of Directors held on 30 May 2013 discussing the Review of the Asian Development Bank's Investment Strategy and Authority (R-Paper). Thu, 05/30/2013 No...
|1 May 2013||
この投資家プレゼンテーションは、アジア開発銀行の概要を示し、投資家の皆様に必要な情報を提供するものです。 この投資家プレゼンテーションは、アジア開発銀行の概要を示し、投資家の皆様に必要な情報を提供するものです。 ADB funds and products Finance アジア開発銀行の概要 資金調達業務...
|13 Mar 2013||
ADB Prices $2.5 Billion 3-Year Global Bond ADB returned to the US dollar bond market yesterday with the pricing of a $2.5 billion, 3-year global benchmark bond issue, proceeds of which will be part of the Bank’s ordinary capital resources and used in its non-concessional operations...
|10 Dec 2012||
ADB to Assist Member Nations in Implementing Islamic Finance Standards ADB will help grow access to Islamic finance in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Indonesia, and Pakistan with a $750,000 technical assistance grant to help implement prudential standards developed by the Islamic Finances...
|27 Nov 2012||
43477-013 ADB Aims to Boost Investment, End Boom-Bust in Bangladesh Financial Markets ADB will provide $300 million to help Bangladesh smooth volatility in its financial markets, making them safer and more...