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Investor presentation - June 2019

Since 2016 Dar Es Salaam residents embrace new rapid transit service with the 1 st phase of the BRT project completed and covered more than 20 km of truck routes The project is planned as an extensive system of 137 km of corridors to be built in 6 phases Travel time and cost savings on this corridor by many commuters who previously faced traffic congestion and mobility issues Improve economic productivity of Dar Es Salaam and its environs Improve health of Dar Es Salaam residents by reducing transport related air pollutants The 2 nd phase of the BRT would see the on going...

Zambia-HIPC Approval Document for Zambia: Decision Point under the Enhanced Framework

The Boards of Directors approved the Bank Group’s participation in the enhanced HIPC Initiative, on July 6, 2000. During this meeting, Management’s proposal for the delivery modalities and financing arrangements were also approved. Accordingly, the Bank Group would provide its debt relief by releasing eligible countries from up to 80 percent of their annual debt service obligations until the total debt relief is delivered. Debt service delivery would commence at the decision point, with no more than 40 percent of HIPC assistance being provided during the interim period, viz., between the...

HIPC Initiative - Final Document on Cote Divoire


Guinea Bissau - Completion Point Document HIPC Initiative

On 16 December 2010, the Republic of Guinea Bissau became the 26 th R egional M ember C ountry to reach the end of t he HIPC initiative process by attaining the completion point , more than ten years after reaching the decision point in December 2000 . The refore, the Boards of Directors of the IM F and the World Bank approved a debt relief of US$ 42 1 . 7 millio n in end 1999 N et P resent V alue (NPV) terms , and a special assistance estimated at US$ 13 2 . 6 million i n end 2009 NPV terms , to bring Guinea Bissau’s external debt down to sustainable levels . The gradual improvement of the...

April 2019 Exchange Rates


Investor presentation - March 2019

The Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) aims to promote governance by strengthening transparency in the extractive industries. Natural resources, such as oil, gas, metals and minerals, belong to a country’s citizens. Extraction of these resources can lead to economic growth and social development. However, when poorly managed it has too often lead to corruption and even conflict. More openness around how a country manages its natural resource wealth is necessary to ensure that these resources can benefit all citizens.

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Lending Rates for Non Sovereign Guaranteed Loans - From 1st August 2018 to 31 January 2019


Lending Rates for Sovereign Guaranteed Loans - From 1st August 2018 to 31 January 2019


Standard & Poor’s Ratings - July 2018

In our view, African Development Bank (AfDB) has a solid business profile because it is a key source of multilateral financing in the region. As AfDB increases its private-sector lending, we expect this will be managed prudently and in a way that aligns with its institutional strategy and mandate.

Moody's Rating 2018

The AfDB's credit profile is supported by the bank's long track record as the prime development institution in the region that benefits from very high regional and non-regional member support and from its preferred creditor status. Its prudent liquidity policy mitigates the bank's challenging operating environment as highlighted by asset quality challenges in the non-sovereign portfolio, deteriorating leverage ratios, and by downward pressures on the bank's weighted average borrower rating.

Japan Credit's Rating - News release - august 2018

The African Development Bank (the Bank) is a multilateral development bank (MDB) with the mandate to support the sustainable economic development and social progress of its regional member countries. The ratings mainly stem from the solid support to the Bank’s operation from its regional and non-regional member countries; its solid financial base; its prudent financial and risk management policies; and its status as a "preferred creditor". The rating outlook is Stable. President Akinwumi Adesina has been promoting the Bank’s mandate by implementing the “High 5s” priorities to accelerate its...

2018 - Information Statement

The African Development Bank (the “Bank” or “ADB”) intends from time to time to issue debt securities (the “Securities”) with maturities and on terms related to market conditions at the time of sale. The Securities may be sold to dealers or underwriters, who may resell the Securities in public offerings or otherwise. In addition, the Securities may be sold by the Bank directly or indirectly through agents.

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Lending Rates for Non Sovereign Guaranteed Loans - From 1st February to 31 July 2018