An annual survey, undertaken on behalf of Invest Europe, that collects comprehensive and robust activity data on fundraising, investment and divestment from more than 1,800 private equity and venture capital firms in Europe. Data may be subject to change.
The 18th annual edition of the Central and Eastern Europe Private Equity Statistics, produced in partnership with Gide Loyrette Nouel, delves into countries across CEE to show the spread of private equity and venture capital activity, as well as development of regional powerhouses.
The most comprehensive analysis of fundraising, investment and divestment trends with data on more than 1,800 European private equity and venture capital firms, the 2021 statistics cover 91% of the €754bn in capital under management in Europe.
Invest Europe report on private equity and venture capital markets of Central and Eastern Europe in 2020 and prior years.
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Invest Europe members are able to request customised data and research advice. This service is available through our Research Helpdesk and complements our Annual Activity Statistics which are free to download from our website.
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