IDB Forms New International Partnerships to Scale Up Development of Green Bond Markets

September 06, 2023
CARTAGENA, Colombia – The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) has announced three new partnerships with international development organizations to support the development of green bond markets in Latin America and the Caribbean and other emerging markets. The partnerships were announced during the Finance in Common Summit, which is taking place on September 4-6 in Cartagena, Colombia. 

IDB Calls for Greater Collaboration with Public Development Banks to Mobilize Resources for SDGs, Climate Change

September 04, 2023
CARTAGENA, Colombia – Inter-American Development Bank President Ilan Goldfajn called for greater collaboration between multilateral and public development banks to mobilize more resources towards the achievement of the sustainable development goals and addressing climate change during the Finance in Common Summit (FiCS). 

Colombia to Promote Sustainable Fiscal Policies with IDB Support

July 05, 2023
The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) approved a $500 million loan for the Program to Support Sustainable and Equitable Fiscal Policies in Colombia, which aims to boost equity and long-term fiscal and environmental sustainability. 

IDB Launches ‘Amazonia Forever,’ an Umbrella Program to Boost Coordination for Amazon Region

June 30, 2023
SÃO PAULO – The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) today launched Amazonia Forever, a holistic umbrella program that aims to scale up financing, share strategic knowledge for decision-makers, and enhance regional coordination to accelerate the sustainable, inclusive and resilient development of the Amazon region.

Argentina, Uruguay to Receive Credit Line to Modernize Hydroelectric Complex

June 28, 2023
The IDB has approved a Conditional Credit Line for Investment Projects (CCLIP) of up to $800 million for Energy for Argentina and Uruguay.

Argentina Promotes Sustainable, Resilient Growth with IDB Assistance

June 26, 2023
The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) approved a $350 million loan to boost sustainable and resilient growth in Argentina. The approval by the Board marks a significant financial milestone in support of Argentina's climate action plans as well as a major step in the fight against climate change.