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Eurasian Development Bank (TIN 9909220306) — bonds & company profile

company Eurasian Development Bank
full company name Eurasian Development Bank
country of risk Kazakhstan
country of registration Kazakhstan
industry Banks
web http://www.eabr.org
IR Web https://eabr.org/en/investors/

Company details

  • TIN
    9909220306
  • KPP (for Russia)
    774763001
  • pre-LEI / LEI
    253400Q2AQ3F58BLL187
  • SWIFT
    EABRKZKA

Profile

Eurasian Development Bank (“EDB” or the “Bank”) is an international financial organisation established to promote economic growth in its member states, extend trade and economic ties between them and to support integration in Eurasia.

The Bank was conceived by the Presidents of the Russian Federation and the Republic of Kazakhstan and established in 2006, following the signing of an international agreement by the Presidents of those two countries on 12 January that year.

Any country or international organisation that shares EDB’s goals is eligible to join it. A country or international organisation may accede to the EDB subject to the approval of the necessary resolutions by the Bank’s Board after such states and organisations have signed up to EDB’s Foundation Agreement and purchased Bank shares according to an established procedure.

The Republic of Armenia and the Republic of Tajikistan, the Republic of Belarus and the Kyrgyz Republic became full members of the Bank In 2009, 2010 and 2011 respectively.

EDB’s greatest achievement of recent years has been its recognition as an international financial development institution specialising in regional integration.

The Bank’s activities are aimed at creating the conditions necessary for encouraging sustainable economic development, promoting integration between EDB member states and mitigating the consequences of the global financial and economic crisis.

EDB’s priorities are:

  • attracting new member states;
  • financing investment projects that promote integration;
  • helping to implement projects that support integration;
  • research relating to economic integration;
  • diversifying its investment portfolio across the regions of its member states.

EDB manages the EurAsEC Anti-crisis Fund (ACF) .

The Bank has provided financing totalling more than US $4,5 billion to investment projects in its member states.

EDB abides by the strictest environmental standards and invests only in projects which meet its exacting environmental criteria.

International credit ratings agencies have assigned ratings to the Bank on equal or higher terms than the individual sovereign ratings of its member states. This ensures that the Bank has access to international and national financial markets.

The Bank’s charter capital exceeds US $1.5 billion, the contributions to this capital from its member states being structured as follows:

US $1 billion contribution from the Russian Federation, US $500 million contributed by Kazakhstan, US $15 million from Belarus, US $500,000 from Tajikistan, US $100,000 from Armenia, and US $100,000 from Kyrgyzstan.

The Bank has the status of an international organisation. As an entity regulated by international law, the EDB:

  • has international legal status;
  • has the rights of a legal entity on the territory of its member states.

Its legal status affords it the following privileges and benefits in its member states:

  • property and judicial immunity;
  • tax and customs exemptions;
  • protection from some of the risks resulting from changes in legislation and bank regulation in its member states.

In 2007 the Bank acquired the status of an observer at the UN General Assembly and in 2008 it became an observer at EurAsEC and at the Eurasian Group on Combating Money Laundering and the Financing of Terrorism (EAG).

EDB operates in the countries with whose governments it has concluded agreements establishing the terms and conditions of its operations in such countries and where such agreements have come into legal force and effect.

EDB’s head office is located in Almaty.

The Bank has a branch in St Petersburg and representative offices in Moscow, Astana, Dushanbe, Yerevan and Minsk.

Issuer credit rating

Rating AgencyRatingRating scaleDate
Moody's Investors Service *** LT- foreign currency ***
S&P Global Ratings *** Foreign Currency LT ***
S&P Global Ratings *** Local Currency LT ***
S&P Global Ratings *** LT National Scale (Russia) ***
S&P Global Ratings *** LT National Scale (Kazakhstan) ***
Fitch Ratings *** LT Int. Scale (foreign curr.) ***
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Outstanding bond issues amount

Сurrency Outstanding bond issues Cumulative volume
KZT 12 215 000 000 000
RUB 11 57 000 000 000
USD 2 632 143 000

Participation

Issue Volume, mln Status
Belarus, 03 5,000 RUB Co-arranger
Belarus, 04 5,000 RUB Co-arranger
KazAgroFinance, 15% 14nov2021, KZT (06) 8,000 KZT Co-underwriter
VTB, 9.5% perp., USD 2,250 USD Co-arranger
Holding KAZEXPORTASTYK, 8.5% 18jul2029, KZT (03) 40,000 KZT Co-underwriter
Loans Volume, mln Status
Belinvestbank, 10.2018 20 EUR Bookrunner
Belgazprombank, 2, 06.2018 10 EUR Placement participant
Belgazprombank, 1, 06.2018 108 EUR Placement participant
ASK, 08.2017 38,500 RUB Bookrunner
Belarusbank, D, 12.2015 15 USD Placement participant
Belarusbank, A, 12.2015 160 EUR Placement participant
Belarusbank, С, 12.2015 7 USD Placement participant
Belarusbank, B, 12.2015 65 EUR Placement participant
Belinvestbank, 06.2014 85 USD Bookrunner
Western High-Speed Diameter, B, 06.2012 52,000 RUB Bookrunner

Main IFRS/US GAAP indicators

Index 3Q 2018 4Q 2018 1Q 2019 2Q 2019
6Total assets (K, USD) *** *** *** ***
19Equity (K, USD) *** *** *** ***
31Loan portfolio (K, USD) *** *** *** ***
9Deposits (K, USD) *** *** *** ***
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Calculated IFRS/US GAAP indicators

Index 3Q 2018 4Q 2018 1Q 2019 2Q 2019
71Assets, YoY (%) *** *** *** ***
72Equity, YoY (%) *** *** *** ***
74Loan-to-deposit ratio *** *** *** ***
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All IFRS indicators

year 1 Q 2 Q 3 Q 4 Q
2019 - 2Q
2018 - 2Q - 4Q
2017 - 2Q - 4Q
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Consolidated IFRS reports

year 1 Q 2 Q 3 Q 4 Q
2019
2.57 M nat
2018
3.26 M nat
3.47 M eng
4.57 M nat
4.89 M eng
2017
2.42 M nat
2.02 M eng
5.57 M nat
5.3 M eng
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Annual reports

year national english
2018
2017
7.05 M nat
7.05 M eng
2016
8.61 M nat
8.59 M eng
2015
8.61 M nat
8.61 M eng
2014
2.65 M nat
2.65 M eng
2013
2.97 M nat
2.97 M eng
2012
6.93 M nat
6.93 M eng
2011
6.03 M nat
2010
2009
2008
2007
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