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Private Sector (Nonsovereign) Financing

ADB focuses on projects that help promote private investments in the region that will have significant development impact and will lead to accelerated, sustainable, and inclusive growth.

Credit Approval Process

1. Preliminary Review

The transaction team prepares a preliminary concept review form (CRF) for PSOD management approval.

2. Concept Review

The transaction team presents the concept review package to the Concept Review Committee for clearance

3. Transaction Review

The transaction team conducts due diligence to evaluate the key risk aspects of the proposed transaction.

4. Final review

The transaction team prepares the documentation package to be presented to the Investment Committee for endorsement.

5. Management or Board approval

Following endorsement from the Investment Committee, the proposed ADB assistance is presented to the Management or to the Board of Directors for approval.

6. Closing

Following the Management or Board approval, the documentation for the transaction is finalized and signed.

Project Results and Case Studies View all private sector project results

Project Result / Case Study | 03 Apr 2019

Investing in Asia’s maiden green bonds

Green bonds are an increasingly viable option for investors in Asia, like pension and superannuation funds, looking to get involved in green sustainable financing.

Project Result / Case Study | 15 Jan 2018

Indonesia: Muara Laboh Geothermal Power

This project involves a $70 million loan from ADB with $19.25 million Clean Technology Fund (CTF) concessional financing and a $20 million parallel loan funded through Leading Asia's Private Sector Infrastructure (LEAP) Fund.

Project Result / Case Study | 15 Jan 2018

People's Republic of China (PRC): Sustainable Dairy Farming and Milk Safety

ADB will provide a $62.5 million yuan loan to Inner Mongolia Saikexing Breeding and Biotechnology Group (SKX) and will act as the lender of record for the participation of selected commercial banks of up to $62.5 million equivalent in yuan.