He told a news conference on Monday afternoon that $111-million of those funds came from the bank’s Special Development Fund (SDF).
The Caribbean bank is holding meetings in Dominica this week as part of efforts to negotiate with its contributors, the replenishing of the SDF.
The CDB president says Dominica has fared well in its relationship with the bank.
He said that for every dollar Dominica has put into the regional development bank over the past 42 years, it has received “$36 in return”.
Bank officials say from 1970 to date the CDB has made a total of $3.8 billion to 17 of its 18 Caribbean borrowing countries.
The CDB has 26 member countries who are shareholders in the financial institution, with Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago being the largest shareholders.
According to Smith, the Caribbean countries together hold 51 per cent shares in the CDB.