IBRD


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AcronymDefinition
IBRDInternational Bank for Reconstruction and Development
IBRDInternational Business Resource Desk (globalEDGE)
IBRDInternational Beacon Registration Database (distress beacons)
IBRDIntegrated Business Requirements Document (various organizations)
IBRDInternational Bike Route Directory (Cycle America)
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IBRD further strengthened its financial management by introducing a financial sustainability framework and sustainable annual lending limit.
The capital increase does not fully reverse the deterioration in the IBRD's equity/assets and guarantees ratio, which dropped to 15.4% last year from 18.2% in 2015, reflecting lending growing faster than capital.
I am very happy that IBRD is joining the consortium," he stated.
Power Distribution Line (estimated total cost US$35 million, 100% IBRD financing)
IBRD loans are publicly guaranteed debt extended by the World Bank Group at market rates.
The remaining capital, also known as callable capital, will not be drawn by the IBRD except in an emergency.
Under the deal, IBRD will lend the loan to the government and will be re-lent to local banks through which target companies with the receive the funding.
IBRD last issued kangaroo bonds, or Australian dollar-based securities sold in Australia by foreign investors, in January 2011, according to Bloomberg data.
Moody's maintains the following ratings on IBRD (World Bank)
The World Bank's International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) has set the price on its US dollar benchmark five-year bond at one basis point over mid swaps, Dow Jones has reported, citing one of the banks managing the transaction.
The MoU allows ATO and IBRD to cooperate in fields of improving
Summary: Morocco's drinking water facility (ONEP) and the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) signed, on Thursday in Rabat, two loan agreements of up to 1.83 billion dirhams (over $211mln).