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The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) is owned by its 48 member countries and finances its diverse operations by issuing bonds in international capital markets. 

Since 1962, it has held the highest-possible triple-A credit rating. The rating reflects its strong shareholder support, quality loan portfolio (Preferred Creditor Treatment), strong governance, conservative risk management, and substantial liquidity.  

IDB bonds provide an opportunity to invest in a high-quality debt instrument and make a positive impact in Latin America and the Caribbean. 

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Recent updates for IDB Investors.

a planet earth with a glowing light Information - Inter-American Development Bank - IDB IDB launches $4 Billion 4.125% 5-year Global Benchmark

The transaction marks the IDB’s first USD benchmark of the new year and represents the tightest trade vs mid-swaps in 5-year with size greater than $3 billion as well as the second tightest trade in the 5-year point so far this year.

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Since 1962 the IDB has held the highest possible triple-A credit rating


Moody's Investors Service ("Moody's") affirms its Aaa long-term and P-1 short-term ratings on the Inter-American Development Bank's (IADB). IDB's credit profile is supported by a robust intrinsic financial strength, reflected in strong capital adequacy and liquidity metrics.

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Standard and poor's

S&P Global Ratings affirms its 'AAA/A-1+' ratings on the Inter-American Development Bank (IADB) based on their assessment of the IDB’s extremely strong enterprise risk profile and very strong financial risk profile.

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$176.8 billion

Total Subscribed Capital

$108.3 billion

Outstanding borrowings

$38.8 billion

Total Equity

$152 billion

Total Assets

* Updated figures as of December 31, 2023

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Sustainable Development Bonds

IDB is actively supporting countries in Latin America and the Caribbean to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals through the issuance of Sustainable Development Bonds.

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Education, Youth, Employment (EYE) Bonds

The IDB's EYE bond program focuses on a “life cycle” approach. It seeks to build human capital, starting from early childhood care and education through formal primary and secondary education, as well as programs that facilitate labor market placement by improving the transition from school to work through vocational training.

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This Web Site also includes the ratings analyses of the IDB and related press releases (collectively, the “Reports” and each, a “Report”). The Reports are provided with the permission of each of the rating agencies that have published the Reports.  The IDB makes no warranties as to the accuracy, adequacy, completeness or timeliness of the contents of the Reports.  Providing access to a Report from the IDB Web Site does not imply endorsement or approval of its contents by the IDB.

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All materials contained herein relating to IDB securities should be read in conjunction with the appropriate offering document or prospectus and any applicable supplement thereto, and any other materials that they supplement or that are incorporated by reference therein.  IDB securities mentioned herein may not be eligible for sale in certain jurisdictions or to certain persons and may be subject to other restrictions.

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