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Trans-Makrian Development Bank

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Trans-Makrian Development Bank
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Formation24 August, 1955
TypeInternational financial institutions
Legal statusActive
PurposeFinancing of member nation development projects
HeadquartersKopiona Poi City
Region served
Malaio, Ochran, Oxidentale, Norumbia
Official language
AffiliationsAssociation of Ozeros Nations, Common Congress of Oxidentale and Norumbia

The Trans-Makrian Development Bank (TMDB) Is a multilateral development bank developed by a group of nations bordering the Makria Ocean, notably Pulau Keramat, Belfras, and Tsurushima, as well as Sante Reze due to its heavy investment focus in the Karaihe and Kayatman Sea regions throughout the mid-20th Century. According to the agreement on the TMDB, “the Bank shall support its member nations projects through loans, guarantees, equal participation and other appropriate financial instruments.” The bank has a history of collaborating with other international organizations, such as the Common Congress of Oxidentale and Norumbia and the Association of Ozeros Nations.

The initial agreement of the TMDB finds that all partners will have a singular vote, without singular veto powers capable. The bank is headquartered in Kopiona Poi, Pulau Keramat. The first regional office of the TMDB is in San Gianpier, Sante Reze. The second regional office, built in the same year as the San Gianpier location, is in Asahina, Tsurushima.


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Name of Country Date of Membership Notes
 Pulau Keramat 24 August, 1955 Pulau Keramat was one of the founding members of the Trans-Makrian Development Bank, hosting the 1953 Birhanu Conference - shortly after the Dewan Emas Agreement had been ratified - with some of the prolific international actors that had assisted the nation during both the Hanaki and Monsoon Wars.
 Tsurushima 24 August, 1955
 Seonko 11 November, 1956
 Sante Reze 24 August, 1955 Four of the largest Rezese houses were focused on economic development in the nations around the Ozeros Sea as well as bordering the Kayatman Sea starting in the late 19th Century but not reaching the peak of their pursuit of investments until the 1930s.
 Pulacan 24 August, 1955
 Belfras 24 August, 1955 The invitation and inclusion of Belfras, occuring within the same decade at the Western Statehood Act that secured its independence from the Latin Empire, marked a notable development of international relationship building that held Belfras fully independent of the typical dynamics it had been treated with as a result of its former colonial possession.

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