15:52 EDB offers bonds underwritten by Kazkommerts Securities at KASE
19:36 EDB and the Global Infrastructure Hub sign a memorandum of understanding in Singapore
16:29 Dmitry Pankin: IFIs are important players in PPP syndicates
12:38 Trade between the EDB countries recovers in Q1 2017 (quarterly macro review)
20:44 Dmitry Pankin: Regional integration neutralises negative economic effects for landlocked countries
14:14 EDB acquires share in ASK, a concession company building Central Ring Road 3
13:59 EDB: Eurasian economic integration has gained practical content but may encounter stumbling blocks in the future (the report “Eurasian Economic Integration 2017”)
19:02 EDB provides a US $10 million loan facility to Belinvestbank for trade finance
13:50 Eurasian Development Bank accounts for the largest portion of investment finance approved by MDBs for the CIS countries in Q1 2017 (review)
14:00 Macroeconomic Review: Improvements in the global economy may accelerate growth in the EDB countries
Eurasian Development Bank (EDB) and Avtoban signed agreements envisioning the purchase by the Bank of a share in Avtodorozhnaya Stroitelnaya Korporatsiya (Road Construction Corporation; ASK). ASK is an engineering company holding concession and building Central Ring Road 3. According to the agreements, the Bank purchases 25% of ASK's charter capital from Avtoban (currently the sole owner of ASK)
EDB: Eurasian economic integration has gained practical content but may encounter stumbling blocks in the future (the report “Eurasian Economic Integration 2017”)
Eurasian economic integration has achieved meaningful results but its initial rapid progress has ended. This is proved, in particular, by difficulties in negotiating the Customs Code and the common market in medicines and medical goods. These were the two most important topics on the integration agenda in recent months, the consensus on which was hard to reach. These findings of Eurasian Development Bank’s (EDB) Centre for Integration Studies are presented in its report Eurasian Economic Integration 2017.
Eurasian Development Bank (EDB) and Belinvestbank signed an agreement to finance foreign trade transactions of Belinvestbank’s clients in the EDB member states. In accordance with the agreement, EDB will provide US $10 million for five years
Eurasian Development Bank accounts for the largest portion of investment finance approved by MDBs for the CIS countries in Q1 2017 (review)
In Q1 2017, multilateral development banks (MDBs) reduced finance for the CIS countries four times compared to Q4 2016 and 1.9 times compared to Q1 2016. This is the finding presented in the review titled An Overview of Investments by Multilateral Development Banks in Q1 2017 in the CIS Countries distributed by Eurasian Development Bank’s (EDB) Strategic and Industrial Research Department
In April 2017, the external environment improved to an extent for Eurasian Development Bank’s (EDB) countries, due to growing optimism in the world markets associated with improvements in the global economy. These are the findings of The Macroeconomic Review prepared by the Chief Economist Group at EDB
The Republic of Belarus received the third, US $300 million tranche of the financial credit from the Eurasian Fund for Stabilisation and Development managed by Eurasian Development Bank. Out of the total of US $2 billion to support the Belarusian reform programme in 2016-2017, the country has already disbursed US $1.1 billion (including the previous tranches)
President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev meets Dmitry Pankin, Chairman of the Management Board at EDB
President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev met with Dmitry Pankin, Chairman of the Management Board at EDB.
The head of state was provided with information about the Bank’s operations, its development prospects and priorities.
Nursultan Nazarbayev noted EDB’s initial and current objectives and emphasised the importance of integration projects.
Following relative economic stabilization in 2016, Eurasian Development Bank's member countries are entering the phase where inflation will go down significantly and key rates will be reduced gradually. This is expected to create more favourable conditions for the recovery of positive economic dynamics in the region. These are the findings of The Macroeconomic Review prepared by the Chief Economist Group at EDB
In accordance with the Charter of Eurasian Development Bank (EDB) and the Regulations of its Council, the EDB Council approved the inclusion in the Management Board of the following heads of the Bank’s divisions: Olga Glukhova, Managing Director (Legal); Yaroslav Lissovolik, Chief Economist; and Natalia Churgel, Managing Director (Organisational Development). Dmitry Pankin, Chairman of the Management Board, signed the respective order.
Eurasian Development Bank (EDB) and the Gulkevichski Starch Factory as a borrower signed a loan agreement to finance enhancement of the factory’s capacity and construct a new maltodextrin shop. The signatories were Maxim Korzhov, Deputy Chairman of the Management Board at EDB, and Sergei Filippov, General Director of the Gulkevichski Starch Factory