Invest Europe is responsible for the industry’s professional standards, demanding accountability, good governance and transparency from our members. We spread best practice through our training courses.
Invest Europe is recognised as the authoritative source of data on European private equity. Members receive access to all industry reports and can request customised reports from our dedicated Research team.
Our Public Affairs team engages directly with policymakers on behalf of the industry to play an active role in shaping legislation. Invest Europe members have access to up-to-date regulatory and political intelligence and can increase their influence through active participation in policy groups and roundtables.
Invest Europe delivers a range of conferences, networking events and training programmes, renowned for their high-level content and calibre of participants. Members benefit from preferential access including invitation to exclusive events and discounted pricing on training courses.
Full Membership of Invest Europe is open to Limited Partners and General Partners located in Europe. General Partners must have completed a first fund closing and made initial investments. Associate membership is available to service providers to the private equity industry.
All members are required to adhere to the Code of Conduct contained within Invest Europe Professional Standards Handbook.
Full membership is tailored to private equity firms, as well as investors in private equity funds and assets. Intermediary organisations, such as fund of funds, secondaries funds and banks, are also welcome to apply for full membership.
Associate membership is suitable for those with an interest in European private equity, such as financial advisers, law firms, consultants, academic institutions and non-governmental organisations.
Honorary membership is open to national private equity associations worldwide.
Invest Europe considers applications on a case-by-case basis. Applications must be supported by references from two current full members.
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