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									Overview of the Inter-American
     Development Bank

            Isabel Hagbrink
     Office of External Relations
        Basic Facts: the IDB Group

 Founded in 1959, oldest and largest of the regional
  multilateral development banks
 Largest source of development finance for Latin
  America
 46 Member countries
     - 26 Borrowing
     - 20 Non-borrowing

                   Inter-American Development Bank
          Basic Facts: the IDB Group
 Expansion of membership in the 1970s
 Establishment of private sector arms:
   – IIC (1989)
   – MIF (1992)
   – PRI (1994)
 Approved over $ 130 billion in loans
 Total cost of projects: $295 billion
 2003: approved $6.8 billion; record disbursement of $8.1 billion



                      Inter-American Development Bank
               Institutional Strategy
Historical Priorities
 Poverty Reduction & Social Equity
 Sustainable Development & Growth


4 Pillars
   Modernization of the State
   Competitiveness
   Social Sector Reform
   Integration


                       Inter-American Development Bank
         Sectors of Activity
Productive                               Finance & Basic
Agriculture                              Infrastructure Sectors
Industry                                 Energy
                                         Transportation
Social                                   Telecommunications
Education
                                         Reform
Health
Urban Development                        Modernization of state
Environment                              and decentralization
Water & Sanitation
                 Inter-American Development Bank
             Financial instruments
• Investment loans - loans to fund specific, predefined activities
        •E.g.: civil works, training, research, software, equipment
• Sector loans (also Policy-Based loans, PBL) - fast disbursing loans
   in exchange for macro-economic and legal / institutional reforms
• Emergency loans – generous loans that cope with financial crises and
   natural disasters
• Technical cooperation loans & grants - Fund for Special Operations;
   Bank-administered Trust Funds; grants from the MIF for capacity building,
   market reforms, aid to competitiveness, etc.
• Equity Investment, Guarantees & Syndications – PRI, IIC & MIF
• Flexible lending instruments – innovation loans, sector facility loans
   and multiphase loans


                          Inter-American Development Bank
IDB Organizational Chart
                                       Governors


               OVE                Executive Directors


                                       President &
               MIF                                                 Secretary
                                         EVP




                     Auditor General          Special Office in       Office in Japan
External Relations
                                                  Europe



                                                     VPO - Administration



                                                     Non Operational
 RE1    RE2    RE3 ROS      PRI    SDS                Departments




                         Inter-American Development Bank
                 Regional Operations
                    Departments
                            Regional Departments
                                         (3)


                      Country Division         Country Office




Finance and            Env. & Natural          Social Program   State & Civil
Basic                  Res. Manag.             Division         Social
Infrastructure Div.    Division                                 Progr. Division




                       Inter-American Development Bank
            Regional Operations
               Departments
Region 1          Region 2                       Region 3
Argentina        Belize                          Barbados
Bolivia          Costa Rica                      Bahamas
Brazil           Dominican Republic              Colombia
Chile            El Salvador                     Ecuador
Paraguay         Guatemala                       Guyana
Uruguay          Haiti                           Jamaica
                 Honduras                        Peru
                 Mexico                          Suriname
                 Nicaragua                       Trinidad & Tobago
                 Panama                          Venezuela
               Inter-American Development Bank
         Capital Shares
        and Voting Power
United States                         Canada
                                  4%       Non-Regional
                30%                    11%  Countries



Japan    5%

                                                    Latin America
                               50%                and the Caribbean


                Inter-American Development Bank
             Project Pipeline 2004
                                    Agriculture
                      Others           2%              Transportation &
Social Investment,                                     Communication
                            10%
     Health &                                                11%
    Education
                                                              Energy
       26%
                                                                9%

                                                           Microenterprise
                                                                8%
Environment, Sanitation
     & Urban Dev
                           Modernization of the
          9%
                                 State
                                       25%

                     Inter-American Development Bank
                         Project Cycle
                                                                  Negotiation   Execution
Programming Identification     Preparation        Analysis           and           and
                                                                   Approval     Supervision


Borrower     Borrower        Borrower             Bank            Borrower      Borrower
 & Bank       & Bank          & Bank                               & Bank        & Bank


                              Project Concept    Project Report
                                Document




               PROJECT                          PROCUREMENT
               OUTLINE                              PLAN


                             1-2 Years                                          4-8 Years

                              Inter-American Development Bank
                  Sources of Information from Your
                              Computer
      IDB Homepage: www.iadb.org

       General
Basic Facts: www.iadb.org/info/
Annual Report: www.iadb.org/aboutus/I/hi_ar.cfm?language=English
Sectors and Topics: www.iadb.org/exr/topics/index.htm

      Procedures for Consultants, Goods and Civil Works
Goods & Civil Works: www.iadb.org/exr/english/business_opp/bus_opp_procurement.htm
Consulting: www.iadb.org/exr/english/business_opp/consult.htm

        Projects
Project Information & Procurement notices :
    http://condc05.iadb.org/idbppi/asp/mainpage.asp
Project Documents and Public Information Center :
    http://www.iadb.org/exr/pic/?language=english

      Events
IDB Business Seminars: http://www.iadb.org/biz/
IDB-sponsored events: www.iadb.org/NEWS/DISPLAY/events.cfm?Language=English

                              Inter-American Development Bank
                      IDB Contacts


 External Relations/Public Information

Isabel Hagbrink                    202-623-1546; isabelh@iadb.org
Hiroko Miyakawa                    202-623-2652; hirokom@iadb.org

General Inquiries:                 BUSINESS@IADB.ORG
Phone Directory:
  http://www.iadb.org/exr/english/aboutidb/about_idb_staff_structure.htm


                        Inter-American Development Bank

								
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