Development Bank of the Philippines Premier development financial institution in the Philippines One of two major policy banks 100% government-owned Authorized capital stock of US$19.29-M No government subsidy Remits at least 50% of net income to government Development Bank of the Philippines Supports the development of the Philippine economy, via the provision of medium to long-term credit On-lend to participating financial institutions using ODA funds from multilateral and bilateral agencies Undertakes investment banking, trust services, treasury operations Raise funds in domestic and international markets In 2011, issued US$300-M unsecured notes, raised Tier 2 Capital of US$132.26-M in domestic market Top Ranked Philippine Bank CAPITAL ADEQUACY RATIO 25 20 18.97 18.81 18.4 17.8 16.51 14.68 14.58 BPI Metro Bank % 15 10 10% BSP Minimum 5 0 DBP RCBC Land Bank PNB China Bank Source: Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas Public Statement of Condition as of December 2011 Top Ranked Philippine Bank DBP Market Share: 5% Source: Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas Public Statement of Condition as of 30 September 2011 Source: Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas Public Statement of Condition as of 30 September 2011 NET INCOME (2011) US$94.10-M Development Bank of the Philippines Developmental mission focused on four strategic sectors: Infrastructure and Logistics Social Services Environment Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Commercial Lending Connecting Rural and Urban Intermodal Systems Efficiently (CRUISE) program Umbrella program Master plan for developmental initiatives for the transport and logistics sector Aligned with the Philippine Development Plan 2011-2016 for infrastructure investments, prioritizing the creation of integrated and multimodal national transport and logistics system CRUISE Objectives Promote rural-urban integration and physical connectivity Support national plan to increase investments in transport infrastructure Promote decentralization and reduce urban congestion Accelerate economic growth particularly in high potential growth sectors of agriculture, industry services, especially tourism Leverage limited public resources for infrastructure through Public-Private Partnerships CRUISE Lending Focus Road Transport – upgrading/paving of road network with emphasis on local roads to and from farm areas, tourism sites, economic zones, seaports, airports Air Transport – investments in airport terminals, runways, communication and navigational facilities and equipment Rail Transport Light Rail – Acquisition/ upgrading of rolling stocks to address undercapacity Focus areas for lending under CRUISE Heavy Rail – Manufacture of rolling stock for cargo and perishables for use in rail service along existing alignments Water Transport – Upgrading of domestic fleet and upgrading / rehabilitation of seaport terminals, and investments in cargo handling equipment Urban Transport – Integrated Transport Terminals (bus, jeepneys, taxis, LRT) DBP is committed to the Philippine government’s infrastructure development -- PPP program, or PublicPrivate Partnership program Major role in the syndication of loans and the raising of funds in the capital market Identify, develop and implement commercially-viable infrastructure projects, by providing transaction/ financial advisory via specialized investment banking and risk evaluation services DBP Environment Program (Green Financing) Water treatment New and renewable energy Alternative fuel Rural power projects Solid and hazardous waste management Pollution control DBP Forest Non-credit partnership program with communities Identify sites for reforestation, where high-value fruit and forest trees can be planted to save mountains from erosion and reduce effects of carbon emission 38 forest projects already, covering almost 6,500 hectares Tree Plantation Financing Program Credit program for expansion, harvesting, maintenance, protection of tree plantations in private and public land covering both lowland and forest areas Reduce susceptibility of communities to natural disasters Expected to boost Philippine wood-based industries and assist communities improve their socio-economic conditions PPP for Boracay In 2009, Manila Water Company, Inc. (MWCI) and Tourism Infrastructure and Enterprise Zone Authority (TIEZA) entered into joint venture to form Boracay Island Water Company, Inc. (BIWC) to address water supply and sanitation issues DBP on lent to privately-owned Security Bank Corp. to support additional capital expenditures for environmental projects in Boracay PPP for Boracay Partnership initiative has given rise to a new lending set-up on investment modality with a special cofinancing structure Majority of funds sourced from ODA-funded Philippine Water Revolving Fund DBP and SBC share on a 50-50 basis in the debt component of the US$38.16-M investment PPP for Boracay BWIC has also infused an equity portion amounting to US$5.62-M Targets to serve the current 4,727 service connections and meet increasing water demand Pipelines to be extended to allow expansion of service coverage area and provision of potable water to 1,422 additional service connections from 2010 to 2018 PPP for Boracay Pump stations to be upgraded, doubling their capacity Installation of additional generator sets to complement power requirements to ensure 24/7 operations Improvement of sanitation and sewerage conditions, including multi-media filtration system, portable treatment plants, sludge dewatering facility Infrastructure is a key multiplier on national competitiveness. The Philippine government has pledged to boost infrastructure spending Key to sustaining infrastructure spending is tapping private sector expertise and resources Access to reasonable and reliable financing is essential Financing infrastructure development provides good growth opportunities. Financing infrastructure projects contributes greatly to national development and country competitiveness. DBP will continue to chart its role according to the country’s needs DBP to focus on building the infrastructures for development, where there is plenty of room for developmental interventions, where DBP can do a lot more. DBP’s commitments is to be a catalyst in promoting others’ participation in development. Our role is to work with as many project proponents as we can. DBP will continue to work with, and through others, to attain development objectives. Thank you.