The most comprehensive analysis of fundraising, investment and divestment trends with data on more than 1,600 European private equity and venture capital firms, the 2020 statistics cover 89% of the €708bn in capital under management in Europe.
In this report, we look at Capital Under Management and Dry Powder across private equity segments, from Buyouts to Generalist funds, and Growth capital to Venture Capital.
The report offers an in-depth study of private equity’s role in innovation and economic development across Central and Eastern Europe through detailed case studies of companies backed by private equity investors during 2015-2019.
Brand new analysis of Venture and Buyout statistics, looking at the transaction value of Venture-backed and Buyout investments.
This document provides the conversion table from Invest Europe sectoral classification to NACE codes.
Research from Swedish Private Equity & Venture Capital Association about the economic footprint of Swedish private equity.
A forward-looking Market Sentiment Survey capturing the views of more than 350 GPs and LPs on the future of the private equity industry in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The H1 2020 activity data report provides a semi-annual review of fundraising, investment and divestment trends for European private equity and venture capital activity. Please note that this data is preliminary and subject to change.
Invest Europe’s report on benchmarking public and private markets investments analyses the different metrics available for measuring private equity fund performance. It identifies the strengths and weaknesses of the internal rate of return (IRR), multiple of invested capital (MOIC) and public market equivalent (PME).
Invest Europe’s 2019 private equity performance benchmark report measures European private equity returns against relevant stock market indices, as well as private equity funds from North America and the rest of the world on a range of metrics.
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