Participants 2019

Trade and Development Bank


Peace avenue 19, Sukhbaatar District, 1st khoroo
14210 Ulaanbaatar



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Trade and Development Bank (TDB), the leading banking service provider, is the first and foremost commercial bank of Mongolia. TDB offers over 13 types of international standard banking services, including corporate, SME and retail lending, deposits, trade financing, financial consulting remittance, cash management, treasury, foreign exchange and investment banking and acts as the primary lender to the largest corporations in Mongolia as well as foreign corporations and representative offices across all major industrial and commercial sectors, constantly innovating its products and services that are delivered with excellence in service and quality.
Leveraging this pre-eminent position and its long-standing customer relationship, TDB has consolidated its leading position in handling international trade finance and remittance, with access to credit lines from major international lenders and correspondent banking relationships with over 150 financial institutions.
In 2004, TDB became the first bank in Mongolia to receive an investment from the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the International Finance Corporation (IFC) totalling USD 11 million, in the form of new shares worth USD 3 million and a subordinated five year term loan of USD 8 million. Also, in 2006 TDB became the first commercial bank in Mongolia rated by Moody’s Investors Service.
In 2012, TDB has signed an investment agreement with The Goldman Sachs Group, a leading global financial services firm. Always responsive to the public’s varying demand with a wide range of international standard banking products and services, TDB provides professional and user friendly banking services through a network of 63 branches and settlement centers, about 1899 highly qualified staff, 239 ATMs and 6038 POS terminals. TDB is undoubtedly a major player in the financial and banking industries as well as the leading innovator of the financial sector.