Ratings
Moody’s: Aa1/Stable
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S&P: AA+/Stable
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Fitch: AA+/Negative

About the Bank

The Caribbean Development Bank is a regional financial institution, established by an Agreement that was signed in 1969. CDB intends to be the leading catalyst for development resources in the Region, working in an efficient, responsive and collaborative manner with Borrowing Member Countries and other development partners towards the systematic reduction of poverty in their countries through sustainable development.

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RATING AGENCY REPORTS

The major rating agencies Moody’s and S&P have assigned strong ‘Aa1/Stable’ & ‘AA+/Stable’ ratings respectively to CDB’s Ordinary Capital Resources, the Bank’s primary operations. The outlooks reflect CDB’s strong business profile, membership supports and continuous strengthening of its governance structures. On March 3, 2021, Fitch rating agency assigned a rating of AA+ with a Negative outlook, which reflects concerns over potential future deterioration in the credit quality of the Bank’s sovereign loan portfolio as a result of the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on sovereign borrowers’ finances.

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