‘Private Equity in CEE: Creating Value and Continued Growth’ is an in-depth study of private equity’s role in innovation and economic development across Central and Eastern Europe.
The report, whose work was led by Invest Europe’s CEE Taskforce, investigates the ongoing convergence of CEE countries with other EU regions and the investment trends that have enabled private equity to be a positive force in the region’s progress. It also highlights the industry’s role in innovation and raising ESG standards. These themes are brought to life through detailed case studies of companies backed and fully exited by private equity investors during 2015-2019.
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.
On February 11, Invest Europe hosted a dynamic, online panel discussion among senior industry participants on the CEE region’s dynamic growth potential and opportunities for investors, highlighting recent, successful investment stories (2015 – 2019).
Please click below to access the recording.
Webinar: 'Private Equity in CEE - Creating Value and Continued Growth'
Moderator: Eric Drosin, Communications Director, Invest Europe
17.00 - Welcome address & Introduction
17.02 - Moderated panel discussion around investment in the CEE region and themes that are expected to dominate for the years to come:
17.25 - Q&A
17.28 - Closing remarks
17.30 - Event end
Communications Manager – Member & Internal Relations
Belinda de Sá
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