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Find all Invest Europe publications, such as guides to regulation, activity data and annual reports.

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The VC Factor: Data-driven insights about VC-backed start-ups in Europe

05 Dec 2019
EIF & Invest Europe Research

“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.

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H1 2019 European Private Equity Activity

23 Oct 2019
Invest Europe Research

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.

Download (Member only) PDF 967.35 KB (Member only)
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Brexit Q&A

15 Oct 2019
Invest Europe

A Q&A document addressing the potential implications of the UK leaving the EU for private equity firms, their investors and their portfolio companies.

Download (Member only) PDF 1.79 MB (Member only)
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Driving European Growth

01 Sep 2019
Invest Europe

Read more about the private equity industry's key policy priorities for 2019 to 2024 in our Manifesto.

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Central and Eastern Europe Statistics 2018

21 Aug 2019
Invest Europe Research

An Invest Europe report on private equity activity in Central and Eastern Europe. This report provides annual activity statistics for the private equity markets of Central and Eastern Europe in 2018.

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Annual Report 2018-19

31 May 2019
Invest Europe

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.

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Invest Europe's Key Policy Achievements 2014-2019

15 May 2019
Invest Europe

A two-page document describing all of Invest Europe's policy achievements over the last legislative term.

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European Private Equity Activity Report and Data 2018

03 May 2019
Invest Europe Research

The Invest Europe Yearbook is the most comprehensive source for European private equity fundraising, investment and divestment data. With data on more than 1,400 European private equity firms, covering 89% of the €688bn capital under management in Europe.

Summary report PDF 1.94 MB
2007-2018 data (Member only) XLSX 4.88 MB (Member only)
Data (Member only) XLSX 2.56 MB (Member only)
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Public Affairs Overview (Spring 2019)

29 Apr 2019
Invest Europe

A detailed briefing for Invest Europe members on regulation affecting the private equity industry.

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Research methodology sectoral classification

15 Apr 2019
Invest Europe Research

This document provides the conversion table from Invest Europe sectoral classification to NACE codes.

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