Improving lives in Latin American and the Caribbean countries by supporting efforts to reduce poverty and inequality in a sustainable, climate friendly way.
The Inter-American Development Bank is the leading provider of development financing to Latin American and the Caribbean. The IDB is owned by its 48 member countries.
The Bank finances its operations by issuing bonds in international capital markets. Since 1962, the Bank has held the highest possible triple-A credit rating. Its financial strength is based on its solid capital base, its conservative investment and lending policies as well as its financial performance and the backing from its member countries.
The Bank offers a wide range of investment options and aims to expand its investor base. The Bank’s bonds have been bought by investors in several regions of the world, including North America, Asia and Europe.
The transaction marks IDB’s first SEK ‘EYE’ bond issuance, the proceeds of which will be directed to fund IDB project loans eligible under the EYE Bond program criteria.
Recent updates for IDB investors.
The IDB priced a new 10-year fixed-rate SDB to support IDB’s strategic priorities to reduce poverty and inequality in Latin America and the Caribbean in a climate-friendly manner.
Japan Post Insurance is the sole investor of the bonds, and the NZD transaction represents the IDB’s first SDB private placement in New Zealand Dollar.
The new 10-year fixed-rate SDB supports IDB's strategic priorities to reduce poverty and inequality in Latin America and the Caribbean in a climate-friendly manner.
Recent updates for IDB Investors.
Fukoku Mutual Life Insurance Company is the sole investor of the bond, and this transaction represents the IDB’s first SDB private placement in 2021.
The bond pays a quarterly floating coupon of compounded SOFR + 20 basis points and matures on February 10, 2026, with a settlement date of February 10, 2021.
Recent updates for IDB Investors (January ed.)