The Government Development Bank for Puerto Rico (GDB) is the fiscal agent and financial advisor for the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, and offers details about the island’s credits and economy. Ever since the GDB was founded in 1942, the agency has played a key role in helping finance Puerto Rico’s economic infrastructure projects. Acting as an independent government institution, the GDB is in charge of developing financial strategies for the Commonwealth and all government agencies.
Today, the GDB, its subsidiaries and affiliates, monitors the financial structuring for infrastructure, housing, municipal, education and health related projects and helping develop job-creating industries in Puerto Rico. The GDB website works as a tool to get to know the GDB and the agency’s efforts aimed to benefit the people of Puerto Rico.
- For information on the current Board of Directors, click here.
- For information on the current Management Team, click here.
- For information on the GDB’s subsidiaries, click here.
- For information on José M. Berrocal Institute for Economics and Finance, click here.