How SDG bonds can accelerate a green recovery
Infrastructure in Southeast Asia is facing a huge financing gap. We outline how new SDG Accelerator Bonds can help de-risk investments in infrastructure.
The Asian Development Bank is a multilateral development finance institution established by 31 countries in 1966. It is now owned by 67 countries, mostly from the region. Its development work is aimed at improving the welfare of people in Asia and the Pacific, especially for the 1.9 billion poor living on less than $2 a day.