Ratings – Eurasian Development Bank

The EDB has been rated by two major international rating agencies — Standard and Poor’s and Moody’s Investors Service. The assigned ratings are in line with, or higher, than the sovereign ratings of the Bank’s member states. Also EDB has rating from Slovakian rating agency ERA. Russian rating agency ACRA assigned highest rating undernational schale to EDB's exchange bonds issue.


  • Date of initial rating: 02.02.2007
  • Latest rating action/update: 07.05.2019
  • Long-term issuer default rating (foreign currency): Baa1
  • Short-term issuer default rating (foreign currency): P‑2
  • Senior unsecured MTN rating: Baa1
  • Other short-term notes: P‑2
  • Outlook: Stable


  • Date of initial rating: 30.11.2006
  • Latest rating action/update: 28.03.2019
  • Long-term issuer default rating (foreign currency): ВВВ
  • Short-term issuer default rating (foreign currency): А‑2
  • National scale rating: kzААA
  • Outlook: STABLE


  • Date of initial rating: 08.11.2018
  • Latest rating action/update: 25.10.2018
  • Long-term credit rating: BBB+
  • Outlook: Stable


  • Rated bonds: exchange bonds series 001P-02 (ISIN RU000A0ZZRR6)
  • Date of rating: 08.11.2018
  • Credit rating: AAA(RU)

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