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Training Program in Development Banking
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Project Detail

Country

Regional

Project Number

TC7301013

Approval Date

December 21, 1972

Project Status

Closed

Project Type

Technical Cooperation

Sector

FINANCIAL MARKETS

Subsector

BANKING MARKET DEVELOPMENT

Lending Instrument

-

Lending Instrument Code

-

Modality

-

Facility Type

-

Environmental Classification

-

Total Cost

USD 128,000.00

Country Counterpart Financing

USD 0.00

Original Amount Approved

USD 128,000.00

Financial Information
Operation Number Lending Type Reporting Currency Reporting Date Signed Date Fund Financial Instrument
ATN/TF-1211-CS(2-A) Sovereign Guaranteed USD - United States Dollar Social Progress Trust Fund Nonreimbursable
Operation Number ATN/TF-1211-CS(2-A)
  • Lending Type: Sovereign Guaranteed
  • Reporting Currency: USD - United States Dollar
  • Reporting Date:
  • Signed Date:
  • Fund: Social Progress Trust Fund
  • Financial Instrument: Nonreimbursable
Publications
Published 2021
Research Insights: How Can Macro-Prudential Policy Control the Impact of Cross-Border Bank Flows on Emerging Market Economies?
Advanced economies (AEs) transmit economic crisis to Emerging Market Economies (EMEs) through cross-border bank flows, impacting their output, credit, and assets prices. Empirical evidence suggests that the transmission of the crisis from AEs to EMEs is higher in the absence of macro-prudential policy. A macro-prudential policy in the form of a levy on EMEs banks, when credit grows faster than deposits, reduces the propagation of AEs crisis to EMEs: the consumption drop is 12 percent lower, and the reaction of the labor market smoother, so consumers are better off with the policy than without it.
Publications
Published 2020
MDB Infrastructure Cooperation Platform: A Common Set of Aligned Sustainable Infrastructure Indicators (SII)
The COVID19 pandemic has exacerbated the urgency to deliver a set of Sustainable Infrastructure Indicators to ensure clear market guidance is provided to governments, banks and investors to direct more investment to sustainable infrastructure projects that support a sustainable global economic recovery. As part of the work underway by the MDB ICP Sustainable Infrastructure Workstream, this report shows that despite numerous existing sustainable infrastructure tools, frameworks, and indicators, none have been jointly developed by all MDBs. The report presents 16 key sustainable infrastructure indicators which, while not an exhaustive list, do provide the common denominators of three mapped sustainable infrastructure frameworks and two initiatives of MDBs. This work does not attempt to standardize internal MDB policies or processes but rather distill the essence of infrastructure sustainability only from the referenced frameworks. It represents a first step towards providing a common language for dialogue around sustainable infrastructure and to ensure consistency across the project cycle. The indicators cover topics including environmental sustainability, climate change and resilience, social inclusion, institutional governance, employment and economic and social return. The report also provides insights into how reaching an aligned set of sustainable infrastructure indicators can mobilize public and private investment and how public and private players can incorporate/monitor them at various stages of the asset lifecycle. Lastly, it discusses the extent to which each indicator aligns with the SDGs.
Blogs
Published 2023
Uma nova geração de mobilização financeira
Com a conclusão da Cúpula Finanças em Comum (FiCS), a comunidade internacional passou a ver a poderosa sinergia que pode ser alcançada quando combinamos a capilaridade dos bancos públicos de desenvolvimento e o poder de convergência dos bancos multilaterais de desenvolvimento. Essa sinergia é melhor encapsulada pelo ditado “o todo é maior do que a
Blogs
Published 2023
Modernización de marcos regulatorios: Clave para expandir la inversión privada en el sector energético en Latinoamérica y el Caribe
El sector privado es un actor clave en la provisión del financiamiento necesario para alcanzar los objetivos de desarrollo sostenible y emisiones cero en el mundo. Sin embargo, diversos riesgos, barreras regulatorias y vacíos de mercado limitan su aporte. En este contexto, el apoyo de los bancos multilaterales, como el BID, desempeña un papel vital
Blogs
Published 2022
Como os bancos de desenvolvimento podem impulsionar o financiamento de negócios de mulheres?
Lacunas no financiamento de negócios de mulheres Imagine ser uma empresária se aproximando de uma instituição financeira para solicitar um empréstimo para um novo produto que você vai lançar. Você se pergunta: onde posso obter informações sobre os produtos que essa instituição financeira oferece? Com quem posso falar para conseguir orientações personalizados? O que posso
Blogs
Published 2022
¿Cómo pueden los bancos de desarrollo impulsar el financiamiento de empresas de mujeres?
Brechas en financiamiento de empresas de mujeres Imagina ser una mujer empresaria acercándose a una institución financiera para indagar sobre un préstamo para un nuevo producto que vas a lanzar. Te preguntas: ¿en dónde puedo conseguir información sobre los productos que esta institución financiera ofrece?; ¿con quién puedo hablar para que me brinde asesoría personalizada?;
Blogs
Published 2023
Es trabajo de todos: innovación y cambio hacia la alineación con el Acuerdo de París
En diciembre de 2023 se cumplirán 8 años de la adopción del Acuerdo de París (AP). Desde entonces, ha habido avances hacia los objetivos del tratado. En América Latina y el Caribe (ALC), los bonos vinculados a la sostenibilidad reportados bajo la Plataforma de Transparencia de Bonos Verdes en los últimos dos años han logrado
Publications
Published 2019
A Review of IDB Group's Non Sovereign Guaranteed Problem Projects
This evaluation focuses on problem projects, defined narrowly as those “financially impaired” because they hold the possibility of financial losses. Problems may be defined as any departure from expected results, but when this departure relates to potential financial losses, accounting rules require that specific provisions be made. At the request of the Board, this evaluation seeks to learn from IDBG’s past problem projects – those with specific accounting provisions – and from comparator MDBs’ practices for avoiding and resolving problems.
Publications
Published 2019
2018 Joint Report on Multilateral Development Banks Climate Finance
The Joint Report on Multilateral Development Banks’ Climate Finance is an annual collaborative effort to make public MDB climate finance figures for developing and emerging economies, together with a clear explanation of the methodologies for tracking this finance. This 2018 edition was prepared by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, together with partners the African Development Bank, the Asian Development Bank, the European Investment Bank, the Inter-American Development Bank Group, the Islamic Development Bank and the World Bank Group.
Blogs
Published 2022
Implications of a New Global Financial Landscape for the Southern Cone
Global financial markets are at a crossroads, subject to increased short-term uncertainty as well as structural shifts, both of which pose risks to the macroeconomic and development outlook of emerging economies. To start with, central banks around the world are aggressively tightening monetary policy to fight inflation. This has complex ramifications for exchange rate markets,
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