International Financial Institutions
International Monetary Fund – An international organization working to maintain global financial stability through technical assistance, training, and loans to member states.
World Bank Group – An international organization consisting of five agencies which provides vital financial and technical assistance to developing countries around the world to reduce global poverty.
World Trade Organization – An independent international organization providing a forum to negotiate and adjudicate the rules of trade between its member states.
Regional Multilateral Development Banks
African Development Bank – An institution that works to promote both public and private investment and economic development in Africa, as well as provide financial and technical assistance to its member states.
Asian Development Bank – An institution providing financial and technical assistance to public and private development projects in Asia and the Pacific.
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development – An institution that provides financial and technical assistance primarily to private-sector businesses in Central and Eastern Europe and Central Asia in order to promote transition to open and democratic market economies.
Inter-American Development Bank – An institution that provides financial and technical assistance to public and private development projects in Latin America.