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 is distributed to all member firms and to a number of policy makers and industry experts. The searchable, digital version is available for download by Invest Europe Members only.
This voluntary best practice guide aims to help private equity firms identify and address material ESG risks and opportunities, both prior to investment and during the ownership period. It also includes a comprehensive questionnaire covering a wide range of ESG issues.
A summary document of Invest Europe 2018 highlights and achievements across public affairs, professional standards, communications, data & research and events.
The H1 2018 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.
The findings of a survey of investors from the US, China, France, Germany and the UK. It outlines opinions on issues important to investors, such as capital markets strength, innovation and sustainability, and shows strong appetite for European investments.
The European Data Cooperative “EDC” is a joint initiative and data collection platform developed by Invest Europe and all European private equity and venture capital associations. It serves as a single data entry point for all private equity and venture capital fund managers across Europe.
An Invest Europe study into private equity activity in Central and Eastern Europe. This report provides annual private equity and venture capital fundraising, investment and divestment statistics for the private equity markets of the CEE region in 2017.
An in-depth study which outlines the tax environments for the private equity and venture capital industry around Europe, carried out in association with KPMG.
An introduction to the voluntary passport regime offered by the revised European Venture Capital Fund Regulation.
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