ADB offers a range of financing instruments, products, and modalities to provide developing member countries with flexibility in determining how they can achieve development results.
ADB's wide range of modalities meet the diverse and evolving needs of its developing member countries (DMCs).
pay for goods, works, and services related to specific projects. Investment lending includes the project loan, sector loan, financial intermediation loan, emergency assistance loan, and multitranche financing facility.
provides general budget support to borrowers, helping countries facing a financing gap in their annual budget. PBL is disbursed only when the borrower completes policy reforms or actions that have been agreed with ADB.
focuses on the positive change ADB’s support brings to beneficiaries. This modality supports government-owned programs through a performance-based form of financing.
include project readiness financing, the small expenditure financing facility, PPP standby financing facility, and technical assistance.
The global financial industry is undertaking a significant transformation with the phasing out of London interbank offered rate (LIBOR) and transition to alternative reference rates.
ADB is supporting borrowers through the LIBOR transition. A disorderly LIBOR transition would present systemic risks and idiosyncratic risks for market participants and could have negative implications for borrowers. ADB has been preparing since 2018 to support borrowers towards an orderly LIBOR transition and to safeguard its financial soundness.
The impact of COVID-19. The phasing out of LIBOR has not been delayed by COVID-19. Global financial regulators have reconfirmed market participants need to be prepared to transition away from LIBOR by the end of 2021.
On 23 March 2021, the Alternative Reference Rates Committee (ARRC) announced it will not be in a position to recommend a robust forward-looking Secured Overnight Financing Rate term rate by mid-2021, and cannot guarantee it will be able to do so by the end of 2021. The ARRC encourages all market participants to continue to transition from LIBOR using the tools available now.
ADB provides financing for projects in DMCs that support economic growth and social development. Projects are identified in partnership with DMCs during strategic planning processes.
The various stages that each project goes through, from country programming, project design, to project completion, and evaluation are known collectively as the ADB project cycle.
The annual portfolio performance report (APPR) is a management report that details the state of the sovereign and nonsovereign portfolios of the Asian Development Bank (ADB).
This brochure presents the key features of Asian Development Bank Flexible Loan Product as well as basic terms and conditions to help the bank's sovereign and sovereign-guaranteed borrowers in making informed decisions.
This handbook is a compilation of ADB's disbursement policies, guidelines, procedures, and practices.
This report showcases activities and results of financing partnerships of ADB in 2018. Stories illustrate how these partnerships have made a significant difference in the lives of the poor.