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FMO is the Dutch development bank supporting companies, projects and financial institutions from developing and emerging markets. It specialises in sectors where its contribution can have the highest long-term impact - financial institutions; energy and agribusiness, food & water situated in high risk developing countries.
In addition, FMO manages a number of specific development funds on behalf of the Dutch government.
Anna van Saksenlaan 71
2593 HW The Hague
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|Annual report||Annual Report 2015|
FMO is 51% owned by the Dutch State, 7% is held by, trade unions, employer's federations, companies and individuals, the remaining 42% is held by Dutch banks: ABN Amro, ING and Rabobank. FMO has an AAA rating by Fitch and an AAA rating by Standard & Poor’s.
Voluntary initiativesFMO has committed itself to the following voluntary standards:
Implementation and reporting
FMO is reporting on the implementation here.
Contact and complaints
Equator Principles Dodgy Deals
FMO and Finnfund seek to exit Agua Zarca
Dutch development bank FMO and Finnish finance company Finnfund announced on May 9th that they would "seek to exit" financing the Agua Zarca hydroelectric project in Honduras. They took the decision after a court in Honduras decided on May 8th to press charges against four individuals in connection with the murder on March 2nd of Berta Cáceres. Civil society organisations welcomed the decision and called upon the financiers to ensure proper reparations are provided to the people been adversely affected by the project to date.