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  • 2016
    The Year in Review
  • WE SERVE
    PRIVATE AND STATE-OWNED
    ENTERPRISES
    IN LATIN AMERICA AND
    THE CARIBBEAN

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Financial Institutions

BanReservas

Dominican Republic

In March 2016, we disbursed a $130 million loan to Dominican bank BanReservas through our Trade Finance Facilitation Program (TFFP).

With a total of 14, this is the syndication with the largest number of participating institutions in the history of the IDB Group.

BanReservas not only gained access to eight new international lenders, but also improved lending terms with existing financiers.

$130
MILLION
Disbursed
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Infrastructure

Providencia Solar

El Salvador

In May 2016, IIC signed a $118 million loan agreement for the construction of Central America’s first-ever commercial-scale photovoltaic power plant.

With a capacity of 100 MW, the solar plant will avoid emissions equivalent to those of more than 24,000 cars every year.

The $151 million project leverages sector expertise from across IDB and IIC and includes a $30 million co-loan from the Canadian Climate Fund for the Private Sector in the Americas, managed by the IIC.

$118
MILLION
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Corporates

Citrusvil

Argentina

In August 2016, IIC approved a $65 million loan to Citrusvil, one of Argentina’s leading lemon producers.

Citrusvil is using the funds to refinance short-term debt and expand its ties to its suppliers, many of which are small- and medium-scale farmers.

The company is also receiving support to bolster its corporate governance structure.

$65
MILLION

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  • WATER AND SANITATION
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    Products

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    Guarantees

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    Chain Finance - Local Currency - Capital Markets

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    initiatives - Appraisals

    Corporate sustainability

    Shared value appraisals - Sustainable value
    chains - Corporate Governance

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CLIENT-DRIVEN SERVICES

REGIONAL EXPERTISE

SECTOR EXPERTISE

PUBLIC-PRIVATE DIALOGUE

LONG-TERM FINANCING

RESOURCE MOBILIZATION

SOCIAL & ENVIRONMENTAL VALUE CREATION

2016

$2.2
BILLION
Approved*
$860
MILLION
Mobilized

*Of the total approvals, $1.8 billion were recorded on the IDB’s books and $443 million on the IIC’s books.

APPROVALS BY REGION

$903
MILLION
$649
MILLION
$553
MILLION
$75
MILLION
SOUTHERN CONE
ANDEAN COUNTRIES
MEXICO AND CENTRAL AMERICA
CARIBBEAN

APPROVALS BY SECTOR

FINANCIAL MARKETS

$923,984,100

ENERGY

$697,900,000

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

$168,894,602

TRANSPORT

$154,040,000

AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT

$87,160,000

OTHERS

$205,454,373

2016

$1.4
BILLION
Disbursed

Disbursements by region

$710
MILLION
$155
MILLION
$410
MILLION
$109
MILLION
SOUTHERN CONE
ANDEAN COUNTRIES
MEXICO AND CENTRAL AMERICA
CARIBBEAN

Disbursements by sector

FINANCIAL MARKETS

$713,377,930

ENERGY

$267,682,680

Environment and Natural Disasters

$130,000,000

OTHERS

$306,117,738

2016 Portfolio

$6.9
BILLION
413
OPERATIONS

OUTSTANDING PORTFOLIO BY REGION

$2.5
BILLION
$1.2
BILLION
$2.5
BILLION
$233
MILLION
SOUTHERN CONE
ANDEAN COUNTRIES
MEXICO AND CENTRAL AMERICA
CARIBBEAN

OUTSTANDING PORTFOLIO BY SECTOR

FINANCIAL MARKETS

$2,777,163,472

ENERGY

$1,071,519,669

TRANSPORT

$1,025,574,209

OTHERS

$1,991,075,460

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