Figures and Facts

As of 1 November 2017:

  • The current investment portfolio is US $2.741 billion
  • The cumulative investment portfolio (including completed projects) is US $6.110 billion
  • At present, the EDB is financing 76 investment projects in six member states

  • Armenia Armenia
  • Belarus Belarus
  • Kazakhstan Kazakhstan
  • Kyrgyzstan Kyrgyzstan
  • Russia Russia
  • Tajikistan Tajikistan
6
member states
20.4 millions sq.km
Total area of operations
187 million
Total population
US $ 7
billion Bank’s capital

1.5 billion of paid-in capital
5.5 billion of callable capital
Investment portfolio by sectors, %
3,67% Other sectors
20,57% Financial sector
3,03% Agroindustrial sector
5,77% Metallurgy
2,56% Mechanical engineering
13,74% Mining
0,65% Chemical sector
8,75% Other infrastructure
16,18% Transport
25,08% Energy

The EDB also holds the observer status at:

  • the UN General Assembly;
  • the Eurasian Group on Combating Money Laundering and the Financing of Terrorism;
  • the UN Trade and Development Board (UNCTAD); and
  • the International Investment Bank.
Investment portfolio by countries, %
1,31% Other countries (including DIFs)
0,30% Kyrgyz Republic
17,03% Belarus
1,18% Armenia
0,29% Tajikistan
38,39% Russia
41,50% Kazakhstan
The EDB is a member of:
  • the Kazakhstan Stock Exchange (KASE);
  • the International Capital Market Association (ICMA);
  • the World Economic Forum (WEF);
  • the Multilateral Financial Institutions’ Working Group on Environment and Social Standards;
  • the Expert Group for PPP Mechanism Development within the EAEU at the EEC Board’s Advisory Committee for Entrepreneurship; and
  • the Global Infrastructure Facility (GIF) Advisory Council.
Investment portfolio, US $ billion
The EDB manages the Eurasian Fund for Stabilization and Development (EFSD) in the amount of US$ 8.513 billion. The Fund was established in 2009 by the governments of Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic, Russia and Tajikistan.
The EDB is headquartered in Almaty and has a branch office in St. Petersburg and representative offices in Astana, Bishkek, Dushanbe, Minsk, Moscow and Yerevan.
The Fund was established in 2009 by the governments of Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic, Russia and Tajikistan.