An introduction to the voluntary passport regime offered by the revised European Venture Capital Fund Regulation.
The Invest Europe Annual Report provides an overview of Invest Europe's activities during the 12 months to June 2018 in fields including public affairs, data & research, events and communications. The report includes a financial statement.
The most comprehensive source of European private equity and venture capital fundraising, investment and divestment data. With statistics on more than 1,250 firms, the 2017 report covers 89% of the €640bn of private equity capital under management in Europe.
A comprehensive and up-to-date set of standards and guidelines for the private equity industry. Includes the Invest Europe Code of Conduct and Investor Reporting Guidelines.
This directory contains a company profile for each Invest Europe member firm, as well as information about office location and key contacts. For full members, it includes additional information such as capital under management and investment sectors.
A summary document of Invest Europe 2017 highlights and achievements across public affairs, professional standards, communications, data & research and events.
This Europe Economics report commissioned by Invest Europe shows the impact that the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD) has had on private equity fund managers, their investors and the real economy since its entry into force in July 2013.
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.
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 2016.
A detailed paper outlining the expansion and success of the European venture capital industry. The publication draws on recent studies which show rising returns from European VC, and discusses how the industry will play a crucial role in fulfilling Europe's key priority for growth.
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