Beijing, September 23, 2016
Groundbreaking Ceremony for the Permanent Headquarters
Officials of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (the Bank), Chinese Ministry of Finance and Beijing Municipal Government today held the groundbreaking ceremony for the Bank’s permanent headquarters in Beijing. The headquarters will be located in the north of Beijing, between the Olympic Forest Park and the iconic Bird’s Nest Stadium. Construction is expected to be completed by the end of 2019.
Speaking at the ceremony, President Jin expressed his deep gratitude to the Beijing Municipal Government for providing the Bank with the site, and said "This Bank sets out to be lean, clean and green, and there is no better site in Beijing to highlight our green commitment than to be alongside the beautiful Olympic Forest Park. The AIIB headquarters will serve as a new landmark for the city, providing a solid foundation for the centurial development of the Bank."
Beijing, China, October 23, 2020
AIIB Support Helps Keep Russia’s Railways on Track
To help alleviate the temporary liquidity constraints caused by the decline of long-haul passenger transportation and deferred client payments against the backdrop of the COVID-19 outbreak, AIIB is extending financing to Russian Railways (RZD) in the local currency equivalent of USD300 million.READ MORE
London, UK, October 14, 2020
AIIB debut in GBP market unlocks new financing for sustainable development
The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) today priced its first GBP-denominated benchmark transaction. The five-year sustainable development bond raised GBP 800 million and will finance AIIB’s mission of financing infrastructure for tomorrow – investing in sustainable infrastructure to unlock new capital, new technologies and new ways in which to address climate change and to connect Asia, and the world.READ MORE
Beijing, China, September 28, 2020
AIIB Approves USD150-M Loan to Improve Digital Connectivity in Indonesia
The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) is ramping up its investment in digital infrastructure among its members, with a USD150-million nonsovereign loan to Satelit Nusantara Tiga (SNT) for a multi-functional satellite that will cover 45 million people.READ MORE