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Financing Options through the IDB : 

Financing Options through the IDB Steven J. Puig Vice President for the Private Sector June 11, 2010

Agenda : 

Agenda 2 II. What Private Sector Activities does the IDB finance? III. How does the IDB finance the Private Sector? IDB windows IV. Final remarks I. Who we are

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3 I. Who we are

The IDB is the main source of multilateral financing and expertise for sustainable economic, social and institutional development in Latin America and the Caribbean. : 

The IDB is the main source of multilateral financing and expertise for sustainable economic, social and institutional development in Latin America and the Caribbean. Founded in 1959 48 member countries: 26 are Borrowers $ 180BB in loans and guarantees supporting projects totaling more than $ 353BB as of 12/07 $ 2.4BB in Contributions for Technical Assistance Largest development portfolio in LAC: >$ 55BB AAA / Aaa S&P and Moody's ratings Inter-American Development Bank

The IDB has had a long standing commitment to Haiti : 

The IDB has had a long standing commitment to Haiti Haiti is one of the founding members countries of the IDB Approved almost $1.5 billion in concessional loans, grants and guarantees for Haiti in 50 years of operations Since 2007, IDB financing for Public Projects in Haiti has been exclusively in the form of grants, totaling $222 million through the end of 2009. The Cancun declaration committed to provide US$ 200 annually in Grants through 2020 5

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6 II. What Private Sector Activities does the IDB finance?

Both our private and public lending is focused on Institutional Strategic Pillars…. : 

Both our private and public lending is focused on Institutional Strategic Pillars….

Our Private Sector Lending Mandate was significantly expanded in 2007 : 

US$200 million** / 50% Project Cost (Expansions) & 25%-40% (Greenfield) All Economic Sectors, more flexible use of resources* US$75 millions / 25% project cost U.S. Dollars Private Companies Infrastructure, Capital Markets, Commerce 2005 IBD’s Participation Limits Currency Eligible Candidates Eligible Sectors 2007 Following market practices Multiple Committees and Players Involved Preparation Times State and Private Companies Guarantees and Loans in Local Currency up to 30 Years Our Private Sector Lending Mandate was significantly expanded in 2007

We have been emphasizing projects in our smaller borrowing countries : 

We have been emphasizing projects in our smaller borrowing countries 9 Percentage of Total NSG Dollar Approval for C/D countries

We finance, invest in and provide technical assistance to corporate entities and financial institutions for high development impact initiatives : 

We finance, invest in and provide technical assistance to corporate entities and financial institutions for high development impact initiatives 10

We also focus on project finance and capital markets to foster development through the private sector : 

We also focus on project finance and capital markets to foster development through the private sector 11

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12 III. How does the IDB finance the Private Sector? IDB windows

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13 IDB: A Key Business Partner for Development through the Private Sector We have four teams dedicated to the private sector

FOMIN : 

FOMIN 14

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Historic Impact More than 340,000 beneficiaries 100,000 MSMEs reached and over 60,000 money transfers through MIF partner institutions Current Project Portfolio and Topics in Haiti 24 active projects totaling US$ 17.6 million Microfinance and Remittances Agribusiness MSME creation, mainly in garment and tourism sectors Partners 39 local partners including civil society organizations, governments and businesses Geographic Coverage 75% of the projects are throughout the country Currently Implementing the Haiti Emergency Liquidity Program (HELP) MIF has been our most active team in Haiti

IIC and SCF : 

IIC and SCF 16

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Carifreh US$ 300,000 Agribusiness FYINPYME Export Plus Technical Assistance DINASA US$10,000,000 Fuel and LPG marketing and distribution Our IIC and SCF teams are stepping up their activities in Haiti Approvals in 2009 Looking forward we are currently working on 13 projects in the Food and Beverage, Banking, infrastructure, Tourism, Textile and Aquaculture Sectors

OMJ : 

OMJ 18

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19 Identifying promising business models in Haiti Eligibility Criteria Project engage with and/or benefit "majority markets “ Companies with annual sales of at least US$30 million. Projects operate in IDB borrowing countries. The majority of the business's capital must come from a citizen of or a company registered in one or more of the IDB's member countries. Compliant with IDB financing guidelines for sustainability, observance of legal guidelines, and corporate responsibility. For more information or to apply please visit http://www.majoritymarkets.org/corporateleaders/

Business plan competition: “Tourism in the Caribbean-Making the Majority Count” : 

Business plan competition: “Tourism in the Caribbean-Making the Majority Count” Launched last December Looking for proposal that incorporate BoP into their value chains Group Racine, a Canadian-Haitian social enterprise was one of the two winners (US$ 25 thousand) Develop a supportive eco-tourism and cultural exchange project through homestays in cooperative guesthouses OMJ’s goal is to replicate model in the other Caribbean countries 20

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21 IV. Final remarks

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23 Annex: Examples of OMJ Projects

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Mejora tu Calle (México): Pavimentación de las calles y aumento de la calidad de vida de las comunidades pobres » El tiempo de espera para tener las calles pavimentadas en las comunidades pobres es hasta diez años » A través del proyecto Mejora tu Calle (CEMEX), los residentes de las comunidades pobres reciben micro-créditos para financiar el 50% del costo del pavimento de la calle. Los otros 50% lo financian la municipalidad. » BID-OM: $ 10 millones en garantía parcial de crédito, más $ 250.000 en asistencia técnica » La pavimentación de las calles significa la mejora de la salud de los habitantes, más fácil acceso a sus puestos de trabajo, y valor de sus propiedades mucho más elevado.

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Doutores da Construção (Brasil): Formación de profesionales de la industria de la construcción » Albañiles, a pesar de decidir a cerca del 70% de las ventas en las tiendas de construcción, nunca recibieron la atención como clientes. » Se ofrece en las tiendas de materiales de construcción la formación técnica para los albañiles. » El curso consta de veinte módulos de tres horas cada uno. Al final, el desempeño del estudiante es evaluado y, de ser aprobado, están certificados y sus nombres entran en una base de datos pública, a la que tienen acceso los clientes potenciales y constructores. » Las tiendas de materiales de construcción que ofrecen formación suelen tener aumento significativo en el volumen de ventas y los ingresos: 30%.

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Ignia Fund (Regional): Aprovechar los mercados de capital para proyectos de inclusión » IGNIA administra un capital de 75 millones de dólares para invertir en empresas sociales, tales como Primedic, que ofrece seguros de salud de muy bajo costo a las familias necesitadas en México, o como los Jardines de Grijalva, que ofrece viviendas de bajo costo en México. » BID-OM: Inversión de $ 25 millones en IGNIA para contribuir a escalar sus inversiones en empresas sociales autosustentables. » El valor de esas empresas, tales como Primedic y Jardines de Grijalva, es el alto retorno social y de la inversión y el efecto de demostración que esto produce. Otros empresarios ven que pueden beneficiarse al invertir en la base de la pirámide!

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Mi Tienda: Sistema Integral de Abasto Rural » Crear sistema de abasto eficiente para 22.000 tienditas en comunidades rurales de México » Mejorar la productividad de microempresarios (principalmente mujeres) con capacitación y servicios de consultoría » Transformar modelos de negocio desde la sobrevivencia a negocios exitosos » Mejorar el acceso de las comunidades a productos y servicios de calidad y bajar el costo de los mismos » Expansión de piloto exitoso: De 1 bodega y 620 tiendas a 36 bodgeas y 22.000 tiendas

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