As the association representing Europe’s private equity, venture capital, and infrastructure sectors, as well as their investors, Invest Europe and national associations utterly condemn the invasion of Ukraine by the Russian Federation on February 24, and stand in full support of the Ukrainian people.
Below, you can find the steps we have taken to recognise and do what we currently can to address the terrible situation currently unfolding in Ukraine.
Europe’s private equity and venture capital industry is reliant on global value-chains and investment opportunities. As such, we are more than just observers of political events: we are investors, partners to entrepreneurs, employers and a continuous force for growth in markets and people.
We stand behind the people of Ukraine. We stand together as an industry.
A public statement on the invasion of Ukraine by the Russian Federation.
Invest Europe has taken the decision to make a sizeable donation, on behalf of its members, to support the work of the International Committee of the Red Cross in the Ukraine. We call on all 610 of our members, including national associations, to please boost this donation further.Donate
Following the invasion of Ukraine by Russia, the EU has over the last weeks adopted a number of sanctions against Russia. Our member guide provides an overview of the main sanctions of key importance for your business.Access the guide
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