Detailed evidence and analysis of the European private equity industry’s contribution to employment and job creation in Europe.
Invest Europe report on private equity and venture capital markets of Central and Eastern Europe in 2019 and prior years.
The Invest Europe Annual Report provides an overview of Invest Europe's activities during the last 12 months in fields including public affairs, data & research, events and communications. The report includes a financial statement.
As the Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) screening landscape across Europe is rapidly evolving, Invest Europe has prepared a country-by-country overview to map different existing regimes and keep-track of latest developments with view to helping members assess how FDI screenings may impact their transactions.
With data on more than 1,400 European private equity firms, covering 86% of the €782bn in capital under management in Europe, Invest Europe offers the most comprehensive review of fundraising, investment and divestment trends for European private equity and venture capital activity.
The Invest Europe Member Directory provides up to date details on every member firms, including key contacts, company type, financing stages, investment sectors, office locations, company profile, and more. A printed version is distributed to all member firms and to a number of policymakers and industry experts. The searchable, digital version is available for download by Invest Europe Members only.
A summary document of Invest Europe 2019 highlights and achievements across public affairs, professional standards, communications, data & research and events.
“The VC Factor” is the first large-scale study of VC-backed start-ups located in the EU. A joint effort of the EIF and Invest Europe, the research looks at about 9,000 firms invested in 2007-15 and analyses their characteristics as well as their post-investment performance.
The H1 2019 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.
A Q&A document addressing the potential implications of the UK leaving the EU for private equity firms, their investors and their portfolio companies.
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