A detailed look at private equity’s mid-market buyout segment and how it drives Europe's real economy.
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 2012.
Research paper: “Calibration of Risk and Correlation in Private Equity”.
Response to ESMA Consultation Paper: Guidelines on reporting obligations under Article 3 and Article 24 of the AIFMD.
Response to the Consultation on a draft General Block Exemption Regulation (the GBER) on state aid measures.
The Annual Report provides an overview of the EVCA's activities during the 12 months to June 2013 in fields including public affairs, data & research, events and communications. The report includes a financial statement.
A report presenting aggregate investment performance data for various types of European private equity funds, based on a survey of private equity fund managers across Europe.
EVCA, US NVCA and PEGCC response to OECD principles.
The most comprehensive source of European private equity and venture capital fundraising, investment and divestment data, collected from about 1,800 private equity firms across Europe.
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Communications Manager – Media & External Relations
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