“We want to be the solutions bank that serves Latin America and the Caribbean’s private sector while promoting inclusive and sustainable growth.”
James P. Scriven
Challenge: Agriculture needs to double its current production levels to be able to feed the world by 2050.
Solution: We worked with anchor companies to finance value chains and financed companies with high impact on development.
Impact: We financed Renova, the world’s largest soybean processing plant, in one of the most important agribusiness operations in Latin America and the Caribbean in 2017.
Challenge: Connectivity is the infrastructure of the 21st Century, yet it represents less than 50% of the population in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Solution: We developed financial structures and innovative products to help telecommunication companies expand their services.
Impact: We granted a $100 loan to help Argentina’s Telecom Personal expand its broadband service throughout the country, including rural areas.
We mobilized international banking resources through an A/B loan to increase financing to micro and small enterprises in Brazil. First syndication operation bigger than $150 million in the country’s financial sector since 2015.
We approved a loan to help Danper raise its sustainable food production as well as social inclusion in Peru’s agribusiness.
The disbursement will allow the expansion of plantations that are strategic for the business and create employment for thousands of people, with a high women insertion rate.
We helped facilitate the issuance of an innovative B Bond to refinance the Palomas wind farm. This operation has drawn great interest from institutional investors, resulting in an oversubscription. It also received green bonds certification from DNV-GL.
Joint Multilateral Development Banks’ Report on Climate Finance.
Regional Hubs:Buenos Aires, Argentina; Bogota, Colombia; Panama City, Panama; and Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago.
We are a new multilateral organization that is growing and constantly evolving. And with it, so is our own culture.
The IDB Group in 2015 launched a process of consolidation of the windows working with the region’s private sector. This process concluded on November 3, 2017, when the Inter-American Investment Corporation launched its new brand, IDB Invest.
We received seven recognition awards highlighting our operations among the best in Latin America and the Caribbean in 2017.
El Corti Wind Farm
Solem Solar PV Complex
Kingston Container Terminal