Multilateral Development Banks

FIDIC is in the process of signing agreements with global Multilateral Development Banks (MDB) to utilise FIDIC contracts for their projects. These projects amount to billions of dollars of spending in health, education, transport, water, sanitation etc.

This initiative by FIDIC therefore means that members have certainty that:

  • FIDIC contracts are used on an increasing number of projects
  • Using FIDIC contracts will have to standardise and make negotiation and practices more consistent
  • Reduce the risk and cost of negotiation to companies involved in MDB projects
  • Ensure that FIDIC contract and its member remain at the forefront of infrastructure investment

FIDIC MDB overview document

This briefing note has been written to assist both FIDIC member associations and their members in understanding the significance and opportunities available as a result of the partnership between Multilateral Development Banks and FIDIC.

This briefing note explores the scale of the infrastructure challenge governments, the private sector and multilateral development banks face.

It also identifies who the Multilateral Development Banks are and their role in infrastructure investment



Resources for companies bidding for MDB projects

What the FIDIC-World Bank contracts agreement means for members

This briefing note has been written to assist both FIDIC member associations and their members in understanding the opportunities and processes that are in place as part of the agreement between FIDIC and the World Bank.

It outlines the scale of project opportunities that are available via the World Bank and what kind of sectors and geographic regions they cover.

Importantly the document then provides details to members about how to access the World Banks project pipeline and the processes and expectation the World Bank has for firm that wish to apply for its projects



What the FIDIC-IDB contracts agreement means for members

This briefing note has been written to assist both FIDIC member associations and their members in understanding the opportunities and processes that are in place as part of the agreement between FIDIC and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB).

It outlines the scale of project opportunities that are available via the IDB and what kind of sectors and geographic regions they cover.

Importantly the document then provides details to members about how to access the IDBs project pipeline and the processes and expectation the IDB has for firm that wish to apply for its projects



What the FIDIC-CDB contracts agreement means for members

This briefing note has been written to assist both FIDIC member associations and their members in understanding the opportunities and processes that are in place as part of the agreement between FIDIC and the Carrabian Development Bank (CDB).

It outlines the scale of project opportunities that are available via the CDB and what kind of sectors and geographic regions they cover.

Importantly the document then provides details to members about how to access the CDBs project pipeline and the processes and expectation the CDB has for firm that wish to apply for its projects



What the FIDIC-EBRD contracts agreement means for members

This briefing note has been written to assist both FIDIC member associations and their members in understanding the opportunities and processes that are in place as part of the agreement between FIDIC and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development  (EBRD).

It outlines the scale of project opportunities that are available via the EBRD and what kind of sectors and geographic regions they cover.

Importantly the document then provides details to members about how to access the EBRDs project pipeline and the processes and expectation the EBRD has for firm that wish to apply for its projects



 

What the FIDIC-AIIB contracts agreement means for members

This briefing note has been written to assist both FIDIC member associations and their members in understanding the opportunities and processes that are in place as part of the agreement between FIDIC and the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB).

It outlines the scale of project opportunities that are available via the AIIB and what kind of sectors and geographic regions they cover.

Importantly the document then provides details to members about how to access the AIIBs project pipeline and the processes and expectation the AIIB has for firm that wish to apply for its projects