Beijing, July 17, 2015
AIIB Multilateral Interim Secretariat and WBG Agree to Continue and Deepen Cooperation
Secretary General Jin Liqun met with World Bank President Jim Kim in Beijing on 16 July, where they agreed to continue and deepen their cooperation.
The Multilateral Interim Secretariat of the AIIB and the World Bank have been working together effectively since the formation of the Secretariat last November, exchanging views on matters such as institutional governance, organizational structure, social and environmental safeguards and procurement procedures.
"The World Bank has been very generous in sharing its expertise, lessons of experience and global good practice knowledge with the Secretariat", said Mr. Jin. "We plan to identify projects for possible co-financing in the fall. Based on my time at the World Bank as an Alternate Executive Director, I am fully confident that such close cooperation between the Banks will lead to improved lives for citizens of our Member countries".
President Kim said "I congratulate Secretary General Jin Liqun and all prospective founding members on the great progress made in establishing the AIIB. More funding for infrastructure will help the poor, and we are pleased to be working with China and others to help the AIIB hit the ground running".
Beijing, September 28, 2022
AIIB Newly-Launched Impact Report Tracks the Bank’s Contributions to Green Infrastructure and Sustainable Development Goals
The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) has launched its second Sustainable Development Bonds Impact Report, which illustrates how the proceeds from AIIB’s bonds are used to realize AIIB’s mission to finance Infrastructure for Tomorrow.READ MORE
Beijing, September 14, 2022
AIIB Extends USD50-M to Support Fiji’s COVID-19 Recovery
The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) Board of Directors has approved a USD50-million loan under AIIB’s COVID-19 Recovery Facility (CRF) to help the Government of Fiji restore fiscal sustainability and promote inclusive climate-resilient economic growth amid the ongoing spread and impact of COVID-19.READ MORE