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8th ADB Business Opportunities Fair

Introducing ADB
by: Ramesh Subramaniam
Director General,
Operations Services and Financial Management Department

22 March 2017
Outline

Part 1: ADBs Presence, Strategy and


Development Context

Part 2: ADBs Operations and Business


Opportunities

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Part 1: ADBs Presence, Strategy
and Development Context

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ADBs HQ in Manila

Presence 29 Resident Missions & 3 Rep Offices


(Tokyo; Frankfurt; Washington, DC)

Total Capital Stock: $188 billion from 1 Jan 2017 (Paid-in and Retained Income of
$53 billion; Callable Capital of $135 billion)
About 3,000 staff
ADB Strategy 2020
Vision:
Asia and the Pacific free of poverty
ADBs core operations Drivers of Change
Infrastructure Private sector development
Environment and private sector operations
Regional cooperation Good governance and capacity
Finance sector development
Education Gender equity
Knowledge solutions
Partnerships

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Development Context 1
Evolving
challenges
for DMCs and
MICs
Changing
delivery
mechanisms

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Development Context 2:
Subset of Challenges facing DMCs
Addressing Global
Inequities Warming & Resource
and Competition Efficiency
Disparities for Finite
Resources
Growth to Innovation &
Quality of Financial Technology
Life Transformation Solutions
& Emerging
Market Concerns

Rapid
Urbanization

7 Avoiding the Middle Income Trap


Growing Focus on Results
Corporate level:
Development
Effectiveness
(DEfR)
Country level:
Country
Partnership and
Strategy (CPS Project and
Results program
Framework) level: Design
and Monitoring
Framework
(DMF)

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Part 2: ADBs Operations and
Business Opportunities

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ADB Operations
Main Instruments
Loans and Grants
Technical Assistance
Finance ++:
Significant leveraging through official and commercial co-
financing
Policy Advice, Knowledge Provision & Capacity Development
Lending
Sovereign engagement with Governments
Non-Sovereign lending to private/corporatized
enterprises in developing countries through loans,
equity investments, guarantees
AAA credit rating helps mobilize funds for
development activities

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ADB 2007-2016 Approvals

Sovereign and Nonsovereign Approvals, 2007-2016*


($ million)
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
Project Approvals 10,396 10,709 15,176 12,441 12,905 12,482 14,048 13,433 15,987 17,471
Sovereign 9,415 9,310 13,702 11,361 11,344 11,127 12,589 11,571 13,362 14,970
Nonsovereign 981 1,400 1,474 1,080 1,561 1,355 1,459 1,862 2,626 2,502

Technical Assistance 161 189 202 174 145 151 155 158 141 169

Cofinancing 1,135 5,085 5,355 5,162 7,324 8,272 6,647 9,222 10,735 14,061

TOTAL 11,691 15,983 20,733 17,776 20,374 20,905 20,850 22,813 26,863 31,701

* 2007-2015 figures are net of termination prior to signing.

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12 11.4 11.3
10.5 10.3
9.8
10 9.3
8.7 8.8
7.6 7.5 7.9 7.8
8 7.3
$ billion

6.5 6.7
6.5 6.2 7.6
5.6 7.2 6.9
6
4.8 6.2 6.5
4.6 6.0
5.0 5.3
4 4.6
3.9
2

0
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

Annual Approvals Annual Contract Awards Annual Disbursements

2007-2016 indicates contract awards and disbursements level lag approvals


between $1 to $5 billion every year.
Backlog of contract awards and disbursements keep increasing.
OCR-ADF merger will have increased approvals and bring more
pressure on contract awards and disbursement ratios.
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Portfolio value $78.4 billion 90.0
78.4
grown significantly in 80.0 73.2
67.8
recent years 70.0
61.3 64.1
Projects and TAs 60.0

By regional department 50.0

$ billion
By funding source 40.0

30.0
Portfolio concentration
20.0
By sector
10.0

0.0
2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

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SERD CWRD
$16.5bn $21.2bn
21% 27%

EARD
$12.0bn
15%
SARD
$25.9bn
33% Non-
PARD Operations
$2.4bn $0.4bn
3% 0.5%

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11%
14%
40% 60% 9%

8% 17%

Others Pakistan
Bangladesh Viet Nam
People's Republic of China India

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Uncontracted Loan and Grant Funds - by Sector
(in US$ million at 31 Dec 2016) - Total = $28,885M
Water and Other Urban Agriculture, Natural
Transport - 30% Infrastructure and Resources and Rural
Energy - 27% Services; 4,136 Development; 3,143
Water/Urban- 14%
Agriculture- 11%
Education- 7% Education; 2,103

Transport; 8,582

Energy; 7,880

Public Sector
Management; 634
Finance; 1,211
Multisector; 171 Information and Health; 537
Communication Industry and Trade; 469
Technology; 18

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Uncontracted Loan & Grant Funds - by Country
(in US$ million at 31 Dec 2016) - Total = $28,885M
6,000
PRC- 19% 5,496
IND - 13%
PAK- 10%
5,000 VIE- 10%
BAN- 8%

4,000 3,774

3,000 2,842 2,803


2,287
2,000
1,577
1,392
1,100 1,215
1,041
1,000 823
642 413356
407 367 323 367 311 463
202 60 11157 0 161
13 38 2 9 18 4 16 33 2 93 18 10 39
0
BHU

LAO
ARM

GEO

PAK
AZE
BAN

COO
FIJ

PAL

TIM

VAN
KAZ

SOL

TON
MYA

SRI
KGZ

NAU

REG
MON
MLD

SAM

TUV
KIR

UZB
PRC
CAM

FSM

NEP

THA

VIE
AFG

PNG
IND
INO

RMI

TAJ
PHI

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Overall TA Portfolio TAs by ADB Departments
1,200 2,000 250 600
1,626 1,665
1,379 1,599 1,594 500
1,000 499
200
1,500 184
163
800 400
150 134

Number
$ million
Number

121 120

$mn
600 1,000 300
1,069 1,070 268
991 965 100
897 226
400 69 64 200
179 170
500
50 42
200 112 100
85
55
0 0 0 -
2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

No. of Active TAs Net TA Amount ($mn)


No. of TAs Net TA Amount $mn

CWRD = Central and West Asia Department, EARD = East Asia


Department, PARD = Pacific Department, SARD = South Asia
Department, SERD = Southeast Asia Department, PSOD = Private
Sector Operations Department, KMSD = Knowledge Management and
Sustainable Development.

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TA Portfolio
1200
1,800 1200
1069 1070
1,600 991 1000
965 897 122
1000
150
1,400
800
1,200 800

$ million
$ million

Number
1,000
600 600
73 96
800
400 838 783
600 400

400 466
200 430
200
200
1,379 1,626 1,665 1,599 1,594
0 0 0
2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016
Undisbursed Uncontracted
Non-PPTA PPTA
Net TA Amount ($mn) No. of Active TAs

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Development Context 3:
What will Asia-Pacific look like in 2030?
1. Worlds economic center of gravity shifting
back to Asia and the Pacific

2. Decreasing poverty, rising inequality

3. Radical technological changes

4. Population shifts

5. Climate change and environmental issues

Source: Road to 2030, www.adb.org

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Why do Business with ADB?
Worthy development mission: An Asia and
Pacific Free of Poverty
$25+ billion of uncommitted portfolio
A broad range of opportunities across the
region, and sectors
Strong focus on several important thematic
priorities (e.g. gender, governance,
environment & climate change etc.)
Working with ADB can unlock the door for business
in emerging economies
ADB is your partner in achieving procurement
outcomes that are fair and transparent

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Thank you!

For further information, please contact:

Mr. Ramesh Subramaniam


Director General,
Operations Services and Financial Management
Department
rsubramaniam@adb.org