A statutory body established through an Act of Parliament, the Infrastructure Development Bank of Zimbabwe Act [Chapter 24:14], and came into being on 1 September 2005 following the amendment of the Zimbabwe Development Bank Act. The amended ZDB Act broadened the original mandate to focus on long-term infrastructure finance and development.
The Bank has a broad based shareholding, including the Government of Zimbabwe, local institutional investors and foreign development finance institutions.
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