A review of quarterly fundraising, investment and divestment trends in European private equity and venture capital activity since Q1 2007. Please note that this data covers a representative sample surveyed for the Quarterly Indicator.
An EVCA 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 2014.
This is the response to the EBA consultation paper “Draft EBA Guidelines on limits on exposures to shadow banking entities which carry out banking activities outside a regulated framework under Article 395 para. 2 Regulation (EU) No. 575/2013”. In its response, the PAE encourages the EBA to reconsider its approach and recognise that private equity funds have neither the characteristics nor the level of risks to credit institutions that would justify their identification as shadow banks
The EVCA responded on behalf of the PAE to Consultation on Public Discussion Draft BEPS Action 6: Preventing the Granting of Treaty Benefits in Inappropriate Circumstances. This is the third and final written consultation on Treaty Abuse as part of the BEPS project, further explaining why and how private equity funds should not be disadvantaged under new proposed rules.
This is the EVCA-PAE response to the EBA Consultation Paper “Draft Guidelines on sound remuneration policies on CRD4/CRR. While the consultation applies to credit institutions, some firms within the private equity industry, that are primarily carrying out private equity activities that are outside the scope of the CRD framework, will also have subsidiaries or affiliates that carry out additional activities and are regulated as CRD IV investment firms.
A briefing paper on why global choice is vital for Europe’s investors.
The Annual Report provides an overview of the EVCA's activities during the 12 months to June 2015 in fields including public affairs, data & research, events and communications. The report includes a financial statement.
Creating jobs and growth in European capital markets.
A closer look at marketing under national placement rules across Europe.
Belinda de Sá
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