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- EIB at a glance
Multilateral development banks, or MDBs, are supranational institutions set up by sovereign states, which are their shareholders. Their remits reflect the development aid and cooperation policies established by these states.
They have the common task of fostering economic and social progress in developing countries by financing projects, supporting investment and generating capital for the benefit of all global citizens.
MDBs also play a major role on the international capital markets, where they raise the large volume of funds required to finance their loans.
- MDBs’ climate finance in low- and middle-income countries reaches $41.5 billion in 2019
- New co-funding opportunities on the agenda as Islamic Development Bank President visits the EIB
- EIB, AfDB, and OFID Commit to Africa Capitalization Fund to Strengthen Banks across the Continent
- USD 850m Caribbean Joint Action Plan signed by leading International Financial Institutions active in the region
- European Development Finance Institutions to establish joint climate change fund
- Multilateral banks to continue economic support, ready to mobilize climate finance
- More than $160 billion mobilized in private investment by Multilateral Development Banks and Development Finance Institutions
- Banks discuss support for economy and climate
- MDBs step up their fight against corruption with joint sanction accord
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