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Asian Development Bank

FINAL PROJECT

Group Members

Introduction of ADB
A multilateral development bank, founded in 1966 ADB has grown to encompass 67 members of which 48 are from within the Asia and Pacific region and 19 outside.
Georgia is the 67th and newest member, having joined ADB effective 2 February 2007.

History of ADB

History of ADB

Vision
ADB is an international development finance institution whose mission is to help its developing member countries reduce poverty and improve the quality of life of their people.

MISSION
Its mission is to help its developing member countries reduce poverty and improve the quality of life of their citizens.

CHALLENGE
Asia and Pacific remains home to two thirds of the world's poor. In addition to the hundreds of millions of Asians who survive on less than $1 a day, some 1.7 billion people make ends meet on less than $2 a day.

FOCUS
ADB Focuses on poverty reduction. In doing so, It emphasizes : Promotion of pro-poor , sustainable economic growth Social development Good governance In support of the above,ADB concentrates on: Protection of environment Promotion of gender & development Private sector development Regional co-operation

FUNCTIONS
To fulfill its purpose, the Bank shall have the following functions: To promote investment in the region of public and private capital for development purposes; To undertake such other activities and provide such other services as may advance its purpose

FUNCTIONS
To utilize the resources at its disposal for financing development of the developing member countries in the region, giving priority to those regional, sub-regional as well as national projects and programmes which will contribute most effectively to the harmonious economic growth of the region as a whole, and having special regard to the needs of the smaller or less developed member countries in the region;

SOURCES OF FUNDS

Sources of Finance
ADB raises fund through bond issues on the world's capital markets. Also rely on members' contributions, retained earnings from its lending operations, and the repayment of loans. ADB has provided over $575 mill for road projects in Afghanistan(ADF)

Sources of Finance
ADB is a multilateral development finance institution that engages in mostly public sector lending for development purposes in its developing member countries.
In 2008, India was the largest borrower with $2.9 billion, or 27.4% of the total loans ADB extended last year.

What does ADB do ?


ADB's overarching goal is to reduce poverty in Asia and the Pacific. It helps to improve the quality of people's lives by providing loans and technical assistance for a broad range of development

activities.

OBJECTIVES
To promote investment in ESCAP region of public & private capital for development To utilize the resources for financing development, giving priority to the projects

Features

DEPARTMENTS

DEPARTMENTS

DEPARTMENTS

SECTOR OVERVIEW

PRODUCTS
These are some of the products ADB provide to support private sector projects in the Asia Pacific region with a positive developmental impact.

PRODUCTS
o Equity investment in the private sector

We can either invest in projects


Directly or Through financial intermediaries such as investment funds.

Products Cntd

Product Cntd

SUCCESS STORIES
ADB says China growth in 2008 at 10 percent ADB: Vietnams slowing economy to bounce back in future

Terms and Conditions of lending


For loans
$250 million

An amount equal to 25% of total project cost, in the case of a limited recourse project financing, or total assets of the relevant borrower, in the case of a corporate loan, provided that in the event project costs or total assets, as the case may be, are less than $50 million, whichever is lower up to $400 million, or 70% of project cost or total assets, as the case may be, whichever is lower, provided that there is a guarantee from an entity with an international credit rating of A- or better for that class transaction.

Terms and Condition of lending Cntd


For guarantees: $400 million an amount equal to 40% of total project cost, in the case of a limited recourse project financing or total assets of the relevant borrower, in the case of a corporate loan, whichever is lower. For equity investments: $75 million 25% of the aggregate issued share capital of the investee at the time of ADBs commitment to invest, whichever is lower.

STRATEGIES
Public communications policy Awareness and understanding of ADB activities, policies, strategies, objectives, and results among ADBs constituents, other stakeholders, and the general public Sharing and exchange of development knowledge and lessons learned, so as to provide fresh and innovative perspectives on development issues Greater two-way flow of information between ADB and its stakeholders

STRATEGIES
OPERATIONAL : formulates operational strategies for individual countries, including economic, thematic and sector policy analyses, and undertakes country performance reviews which provide a basis for policy dialogue with the governments of developing member countries.

STRATEGIES
COUNTRY PARTENERSHIP STRATEGY(CPS) :Includes an indicative rolling country business plan composed of individual technical assistance and loan projects and programs for priority sectors

FUTURE STRATEGIES 2020


Under Strategy 2020, a long-term strategic framework adopted in 2008, ADB will follow three complementary strategic agendas: Inclusive growth, Environmentally sustainable growth,& Regional integration.

STRENGTHS OF ADB
STRENGTHS Presence in throughout Asia and Pacific: 20 resident missions, 3 sub-regional offices, and 2 special offices ensure close communications with national governments; Main counterpart is Ministry of Finance/Ministry of Planning ADB has a strong infrastructure portfolio (transport, energy, water resources) that can be developed with LDCF financing.

STRENGTHS OF ADB
STRENGTHS Presence in throughout Asia and Pacific: 20 resident missions, 3 subregional offices, and 2 special offices ensure close communications with national governments; Main counterpart is Ministry of Finance/Ministry of Planning ADB has a strong infrastructure portfolio (transport, energy, water resources) that can be developed with LDCF financing.

Pakistan
ADB and Pakistan
Pakistan is the ninth largest shareholder in ADB among its regional members. Overall, Pakistan is the 13th largest shareholder. Pakistan has received about $18.59 billion in loans since joining ADB in 1966 ADB is working with the Government and the private sector to improve the countrys infrastructure, energy security, and basic public services

Projects

Last Update: 21 May 2010 Preparing Railway Development Investment Program Last Update: 4 May 2010 PAK: JS PRIVATE EQUITY FUND I Last Update: 3 May 2010 PAK: DAHARKI POWER PROJECT Last Update: 3 May 2010 NEW BONG ESCAPE HYDROPOWER Last Update: 30 April 2010 Punjab MDG Last Update: 29 April 2010 Sindh Public Resource Management Program II Last Update: 29 April 2010 Punjab Government Efficiency Improvement Program Last Update: 29 April 2010 Punjab Irrigated Agriculture Sector Development Last Update: 29 April 2010 Private Participation in Infrastructure and Utilities Sector Development Last Update: 29 April 2010 Punjab Cities Improvement Program - MFF PFR I

INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS
It is involved in so many projects; in so many its member countries like: CHINA : 1. Road safety improvement INDIA: 1. North Karnataka Urban sector Investment program 2. Karnataka highway 3. network improvement 4. strategy(apan spl fund). etc

Ordinary Capital Resources

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