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Tax Reimbursement on Pensions Settlement



Form Submission Guidance 2016

Form 7R for US Tax filers

Form 7R for Non-US Tax filers


Your online Retiree Self Service is now available!


Retiree Self-Services

Welcome to Retiree Self-Services! It is the online tool to help retirees, including surviving beneficiaries, securely use IDB Group (IDBG) services anytime, from anyplace with internet access.


What can be found in the Retiree Self-Services?

Retirees can view their most recent payslips on the first day of each month. They can also view their previous payslips anytime!


Pension Verification Letter
Retirees can download and print an official certification of pension in seconds. They no longer have to wait to have it mailed to them!


Personal Data and Beneficiaries Information
Retirees can manage their personal data and beneficiary information in real time.


And much more…Explore it!


How to get started:

Important: In order to setup the Retiree Self-Services account the retirees must have an email address registered in the Bank’s pension system. If you are an IDB Group Retiree and don’t yet have an email address registered, please contact the Executive Secretariat of the Staff Retirement Plans.


  1. Make sure that you comply with this checklist: Select your preferred optionPC/Windows users | Apple computer users
  2. Activate your Account (one-time registration process) and access the system for the first time. Follow the step by step user-guide: PC/Windows users | Apple computer users or watch this brief tutorial to learn how to activate your account.


How to use the Retiree Self-Services
The retirees have video tutorials and user guides available to learn, step-by-step, how to use the Retiree Self-Services an all its features. To facilitate the learning process, we have prepared different material for PC/Windows user and Apple computer user. Select your preferred option.


Need help? 
EMAIL vpf/[email protected] | PHONE 202-623-3560 (Monday to Friday, 8:30 am – 5:30 pm DC time)



Argentina’s National and Regional Development: A New Path Forward?

Inter-American Dialogue





Argentina’s National and Regional Development:
A New Path Forward?


Thursday, February 23, 2017, 9:45 AM – 12:30 PM
Elliott School of International Affairs,  The George Washington University (602 Lindner Family Commons, 1957 E St NW, Washington, DC)

Under the Macri administration, Argentina is seeking a new path to economic development that recognizes its federal structure and the diversity of economic and social conditions in its provinces. Rogelio Frigerio, Minister of the Interior, and Governors of five diverse provinces will speak about their vision for regional economic development and explain how the federal and provincial governments are coordinating efforts. 

This event is co-sponsored by the Latin America & Hemispheric Studies Program, Elliot School of International Affairs at the George Washington University.    ​

This event will be conducted in Spanish. 


Keynote Speaker:

  • Rogelio Frigerio, Minister of Internal Affairs, Public Works and Housing(@frigeriorogelio)

Panel Discussion:


  • Paula Alonso, Associate Professor, George Washington University
  • Ariel Fiszbein, Director, Education Program, Inter-American Dialogue (@arielfiszbein)







Dead Man Walking

Kennedy Center

The Staff Association and the Kennedy Center feature the following event:







Wednesday, March 8 at 7:30 p.m.

Opera House at the Kennedy Center

Jake Heggie’s instant modern classic–about a death row inmate convicted for murder and the kindhearted nun who takes on his final appeal–becomes a searing emotional journey powered by an unforgettable score infused with American popular styles. 


 Method of payment: Checks to IDB Staff Association

Tickets are on sale now at the office of the Staff Association NE-469

(Tickets will be distributed close to the date of the performance)

Note: The earlier you buy the tickets, the better seats you will get.



Please indicate the tickets you wish to purchase (number of tickets, price and location). This selection does not represent or guarantee the purchase of your tickets. You will be contacted soon to finalize your purchase. Thank you very much



Latin American Integration in a Turbulent World

Inter-American Dialogue





Latin American Integration in a Turbulent World


Tuesday, February 21, 2017, 3:00-4:30 PM
Inter-American Dialogue (1155 15th St NW Suite 800, Washington, DC 20005)

After the election of Donald Trump in the US, the Brexit vote, political troubles in the eurozone, and the collapse of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, Latin America faces an unstable and chaotic global landscape. In this moment of uncertainty, what are the prospects for a renewed regional agenda focused on trade and cooperation? Can Mercosur and the Pacific Alliance overcome their respective structural limitations to work together? What role does China play as US influence diminishes even further? Can regional leaders collaborate to face many pending, pressing challenges, including the crisis in Venezuela? In light of the rapidly changing context, do “Latin America” and “South America” still make sense as economic and political units? 

The Dialogue is pleased to host an open discussion about this new and uncertain landscape and the possibilities for integration in Latin America. 

Follow this event on Twitter at #IntegrationLAC and @The_Dialogue



  • Andrés Malamud, senior research fellow, Institute of Social Sciences, University of Lisbon (@andresmalamud)
  • Monica de Bolle, senior fellow, Peterson Institute for International Economics (@bollemdb)
  • Luis Miguel Castilla, manager, Office of Strategic Planning and Development Effectiveness, Inter-American Development Bank 



    Andrés Malamud is an Argentine comparative political scientist and an expert on regional integration, foreign policy, and political institutions. Monica de Bolle is a Brazilian economist focusing on macroeconomics, foreign exchange policy, monetary and fiscal policy, and trade and inequality. Luis Miguel Castilla is a Peruvian economist who previously served as Ambassador to the US, Minister of Economy and Finance, and chief economist at
    CAF—Development Bank of Latin America. 








    Exhibit Opening Lens of Adventure: Nature around DC

    IDB Staff Association Gallery











    Opening Lens of Adventure: Nature around DC 
     Mon Zamora (Spain) & Raisa Leao (Brazil) 
    An exhibition inspired by nature and outdoor adventures near
    Washington, DC, featuring 25 photographs and a book
    with 20 curated outdoor trips. 

     Tuesday, February 21, 2017
    6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

    Exhibit dates: February 21 – March 6
    IDB Staff Association Gallery
    13th Street entrance
    1300 New York Avenue, NW, Washington DC 20577

    Gallery open Monday through Friday, 1:00pm to 7:00pm | 202-623-3635 
    Metro stop: Metro Center (exit 13th and G Streets)

    Supported by   
    Office of the IDB Executive Director for Brazil     
    IDB Alternate Executive Director for Spain  

    Let’s Dance! Salsa Party

    The New York Avenue Presbyterian Church

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