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).
June 23, 2023
The Government of Barbados forms a coalition of multilateral banks and organizations to develop resilient infrastructure and to drive new social and nature capital investments, building on its Resilience and Sustainability Facility at the IMF
June 15, 2023
The key players in financing and developing entrepreneurial ecosystems came together for the IDB Group's second flagship event to promote innovation and technology that improves lives in our region
June 12, 2023
The platform visualizes georeferenced data on physical infrastructure projects for regional integration; climate change; development variables; and primary value chains. The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and the Mesoamerica Integration and Development Project have launched the Infrastructure and Transport Hub (HIT, its Spanish acronym), a functional tool to facilitate the development of infrastructure and mobility services with a multimodal approach. It aims to boost regional logistics integration to improve competitiveness.
IDB Signs Important Agreements with Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Honduras and Uruguay at Annual Meeting
March 21, 2023
The presence of Governors and international partners enabled the signing of 13 credit contracts and other agreements within the meeting’s framework.