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Asian Development Bank (ATB)
is a publicly listed company on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX).


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General Overview

About Asian Development Bank

The Asian Development Bank was conceived in the early 1960s as a financial institution that would be Asian in character and foster economic growth and cooperation in one of the poorest regions in the world.

ADB assists its members, and partners, by providing loans, technical assistance, grants, and equity investments to promote social and economic development.

ADB is composed of 67 members, 48 of which are from the Asia and Pacific region.

History

The Asian Development Bank was conceived in the early 1960s as a financial institution that would be Asian in character and foster economic growth and cooperation in one of the poorest regions in the world.

A resolution passed at the first Ministerial Conference on Asian Economic Cooperation held by the United Nations Economic Commission for Asia and the Far East in 1963 set that vision on the way to becoming reality.

The Philippines capital of Manila was chosen to host the new institution, which opened on 19 December 1966, with 31 members that came together to serve a predominantly agricultural region. Takeshi Watanabe was ADB's first President.

During the 1960s, ADB focused much of its assistance on food production and rural development.

1970's

When the world suffered its first oil price shock, ADB increased its support for energy projects, especially those promoting the development of domestic energy sources in member countries.

Cofinancing operations, in which ADB manages the funds of other organizations, began to provide additional resources for ADB projects and programs. ADB’s first bond issue in Asia—worth $16.7 million and issued in Japan—took place in 1970.

A major landmark was the establishment in 1974 of the Asian Development Fund to provide low-interest loans to ADB's poorest members.

By the end of the decade, some Asian economies had improved considerably and no longer needed ADB's assistance.

1980's

In the wake of the second oil crisis, ADB continued its support to infrastructure development, particularly energy projects. ADB also increased its support to social infrastructure, including projects involving microfinance, the environment, education, urban planning, health issues, and helping women and girls.

In 1982, ADB opened its first field office—in Bangladesh—to bring operations closer to the people in need. Later in the decade, ADB began working with nongovernment organizations to help disadvantaged groups.

1990's

In 1995, ADB became the first multilateral organization to have a Board-approved governance policy to ensure that development assistance fully benefits the poor. Policies on involuntary resettlement and indigenous peoples were also put in place.

ADB's membership continued to expand with the addition of several Central Asian countries following the end of the Cold War.

In mid-1997, a severe financial crisis hit the region, setting back Asia's economic gains. ADB responded with projects and programs to strengthen financial sectors and create social safety nets for the poor. ADB approved its largest single loan—a $4 billion emergency loan to the Republic of Korea—and established the Asian Currency Crisis Support Facility to accelerate assistance.

In 1999—recognizing that economic development was bypassing many people in the region—ADB adopted poverty reduction as its overarching goal.

2000's

With the new century, ADB focused on helping its member countries achieve the Millennium Development Goals.

In 2003, the severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) epidemic hit the region, making it clear that fighting infectious diseases requires regional cooperation. ADB began providing support at national and regional levels to help countries more effectively respond to avian influenza and the growing threat of HIV/AIDS.

ADB also had to respond to unprecedented natural disasters, committing more than $850 million for recovery in areas of India, Indonesia, Maldives, and Sri Lanka hit by the December 2004 Asian tsunami. In addition, a $1 billion line of assistance to help victims of the October 2005 earthquake in Pakistan was set up.

In 2009, ADB's Board of Governors agreed to triple ADB's capital base from $55 billion to $165 billion, giving it more resources to respond to the global economic crisis.

2010's

Asia moved beyond the economic crisis to emerge as a new engine of global growth in 2010 when the region’s gross domestic product increased by 9%. This was more than double the global growth rate during the same period and well above the 5.9% rate recorded in the region in 2009.

While the speed and strength of its economic recovery surprised many, the region still faced daunting challenges and remained home to two thirds of the world’s poor and a growing problem of inequality. This increasing gap between the rich and poor focused ADB on the need to promote inclusive growth in the region.

In response to reforms initiated by the Government of Myanmar, ADB resumed operations in the country. In April 2014, ADB established offices in Nay Pyi Taw and Yangon.

In May 2014, plans were announced to combine the lending operations of ADB’s two main funds, the Asian Development Fund and its ordinary capital resources. The merger will boost ADB’s total annual lending and grant approvals to as high as $20 billion—50% more than the current level when it takes effect in January 2017.

As the era of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) draws to a close, the results have been mixed. While ADB’s work has contributed to Asia and the Pacific slashing extreme poverty by more than half, the region is still home to 1.4 billion people who live on $2 a day or less and almost three-quarters of the world’s underweight children. About 600 million people have no access to electricity and 1.7 billion still lack improved sanitation. A huge amount of work still must be done with the new Sustainable Development Goals as important guideposts.

Strategy 2020

ADB’s long-term strategic framework promotes three complementary agendas on inclusive economic growth, environmentally sustainable growth, and regional integration.

  • Strategy 2020: The Long-Term Strategic Framework of the Asian Development Bank 2008-2020
  • Strategy 2020 midterm review
  • Corporate results framework
  • Key accomplishments under Strategy 2020

Products

Public Sector (Sovereign) Financing

ADB offers a range of financial products that help developing member countries (DMCs) build economic growth and social development. These tools include loans, technical assistance, and grants.

Public sector (sovereign) financing is extended to DMC governments and public sector entities, such as state-owned enterprises. Sovereign lending or financing secured by a government guarantee forms the greater part of ADB’s development assistance.

Private Sector (Nonsovereign) Financing

As a catalyst for private investments, ADB provides direct financial assistance to private sector projects. While ADB’s participation is usually limited, it leverages a large amount of funds from commercial sources to finance these projects. Projects must also have clear development impacts and/or demonstration effects that go beyond the benefits captured in the financial rate of return. 

Cofinancing Partnerships

ADB’s mandate to reduce poverty in Asia and the Pacific requires a scale of investment that can only be partially delivered through its own resources. Strategic partnerships with other development organizations facilitate a wider flow of financial resources and knowledge to help improve development effectiveness throughout the region.

ADB works jointly with international development agencies, multilateral and bilateral institutions, the private sector, and other emerging development partners to fund activities that improve people's lives in the region. More on cofinancing with ADB

ADB also helps developing member country governments and private sector borrowers in securing debt financing from commercial financial institutions for ADB projects on commercial terms.

Results-Based Lending for Programs

RBL was approved in March 2013 as a new ADB financing modality that on a pilot basis for an initial six years. Once approved, RBL programs are implemented using the borrowing country’s program systems while ADB and client countries focus more on policy dialogue. RBL has quickly became a popular financing modality in ADB.

RBL is important to ADB for a few reasons. First, developing member countries (DMCs) and shareholders have asked ADB to reduce transaction costs, response times, and make program administration more efficient. Slow loan processing and administration means high transaction costs to client countries, high administrative costs for ADB, and lost developmental opportunities. RBL provides an additional tool to better meet these requests while improving development effectiveness. Second, ADB has been working in the region for about 50 years now and the development finance landscape in Asia is rapidly changing. Countries now have much stronger systems and capacity. ADB also has to adjust accordingly. By using country systems and principle-based approaches effectively, RBL gives their DMCs a stronger sense of ownership of ADB-financed development programs.

Trade Finance Program

Backed by its AAA credit rating, ADB’s TFP works with over 200 partner banks to provide companies with the financial support they need to engage in import and export activities in Asia’s most challenging markets. With dedicated trade finance specialists and a response time of 24 hours, the TFP has established itself as a key player in the international trade community, providing fast, reliable, and responsive trade finance support to fill market gaps.

A substantial portion of TFP’s portfolio supports small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), and many transactions occur either intra-regionally or between ADB’s developing member countries. The program supports a wide range of transactions, from commodities and capital goods to medical supplies and consumer goods.

The TFP continues to grow, supporting billions of dollars of trade throughout the region, which in turn helps create sustainable jobs and economic growth in Asia’s developing countries.

Funds and Resources

Most of ADB's lending comes from its ordinary capital resources, offered at near-market terms to lower- to middle-income countries. ADB also provides loans and grants from Special Funds, of which the Asian Development Fund is the largest. The Asian Development Fund offers loans at very low interest rates and grants that help reduce poverty in ADB's poorest borrowing countries.

Thanks to robust partnerships with its development partners, ADB achieved $22.9 billion in operations in 2014 by leveraging $9.2 billion in cofinancing—a record high for ADB—with $13.7 billion of its own resources.

Asian Development Fund

The Asian Development Fund (ADF) bridges the development gap in Asia and the Pacific, home to both the world’s fast-rising and most vulnerable economies. ADF is a major instrument of concessional financing that has supported equitable and sustainable development in the region since 1973. Funded by ADB's member countries, it offers loans at very low interest rates as well as grants to help reduce poverty in ADB's poorest member countries.

ASEAN Infrastructure Fund

ASEAN is one of the world's most dynamic and fast-growing regions. 2015 marks the launch of the ASEAN Economic Community, a common market comprising over 600 million people. To help ensure continued economic growth, job creation and poverty reduction, the region requires $60 billion in annual investments for road, rail, power, water, and other critical infrastructure.

ASEAN nations possess over $700 billion in foreign exchange reserves, but these funds are being largely invested outside of the region. The ASEAN Infrastructure Fund (AIF) is an innovative ASEAN initiative to mobilize the region's resources for its infrastructure development needs.

The AIF supports ASEAN's Master Plan on Connectivity, which calls for a better-connected ASEAN region that brings people, goods, services and capital closer together.


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Dividend Information

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Growth Ratios

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CAGR Free Operating Cash Flow Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation & Amortization Tangible Book Value Total Debt
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Forecast Ratios

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Financial Reports

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Accounting Notes
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Recommendation Statistics

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  • Buy
  • Strong Buy

Past Broker Recommendations

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Past Broker Recommendations
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Target Price

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Videos

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Contact Info

Asian Development Bank

6 ADB Avenue
Mandaluyong City
Metro Manila,
Philippines, 1550

Phone: +63 2 632 4444
Fax: +63 2 636 2444
Website: http://www.adb.org

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This profile was last edited on 10 Aug 2016.

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