Creating the future creatives is part of the ‘A Different Angle’ film series, exploring the role of private equity and venture capital in European society. This unique film series, presented by Invest Europe, the world’s largest association of private capital providers, and produced by BBC StoryWorks Commercial Productions, brings to screen the human stories at the heart of the businesses that are driving change and fuelling growth through private capital.
A Different Angle aims to improve the understanding of private equity and venture capital, demystifying the virtuous circle of investing that supports our pensions and savings while exploring the true nature of innovation in Europe. It will also raise awareness about the expertise injected into businesses alongside capital, and how profit and purpose, such as high social and environmental goals, can work in harmony to produce better returns for investors and society.
For many young people access to entry level jobs in creative industries can be challenging. With help from those who have paved the way before them, they can forge new pathways. By bringing diverse ways of thinking, there are mutual benefits to both companies and individuals.
The Invest Europe Climate Change Guide constitutes one of the most complete guides on ESG issues, and in particular climate change, for private equity investors to date. It includes tailored guidance, practical tools and concrete business cases made by practitioners for practitioners. Its structure follows a step-by-step approach and is based on three different modules – Introductory, Intermediate and Advanced - covering all stages of investors’ ESG journey.
A forward-looking Market Sentiment Survey capturing the views of 250 private equity managers and investors on the future of the industry in the context of COVID-19.
Detailed evidence and analysis of the European private equity and venture capital industry’s real contribution to employment, in 2020, and job creation, in 2019-20, and the far-reaching impact this has on the people, societies and economies of Europe.
The new EU Regulation on ESG disclosures (SFDR) has been applicable since March 2021. SFDR introduces new disclosure requirements for fund mangers and investors at three levels: (1) public disclosure (website); (2) pre-contractual disclosure (to investors); and (3) periodic disclosure (mainly through the annual report).
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