How Last Week’s High-profile Resignation Will Impact the AIIB
By Kearrin Sims
Despite the bad press that it generated, Canadian Bob Pickard's resignation from the Beijing-based development bank is unlikely to have a lasting impact.
Ecuador and the First AIIB Project in Latin America
By Juan Manuel Harán
Parsing Ecuador’s $50 million project and the future of the China-led development bank in Latin America.
Why Did the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank Make a Loan to Rwanda?
By Hannah Ryder
Does the AIIB’s first loan to Rwanda signify a new route to infrastructure finance for Africa?
Is the AIIB Really 'Lean, Clean, and Green'?
By Lowell Chow
AIIB’s “lean, clean, and green” pledge delivers a catchy slogan, but here is why some are unconvinced.
At First Annual Meeting, China-led AIIB Approves First Loans
By Ankit Panda
The Bank is also set to expand its membership roster, focusing primarily on Latin American and African states.