Our Research provides the most authoritative data and quantitative insights into the industry’s activity and achievements.
To complement this with qualitative research, Invest Europe in collaboration with Arthur D. Little, the international management consulting firm, conducted this year a pan-European, forward-looking Market Sentiment Survey capturing the views of more than 350 private equity managers and investors on the future of the industry in the context of COVID-19.
The first edition of the report outlining the results of this survey assesses the impact of the pandemic on private equity and venture capital and shines a light on industry actions through the crisis highlighting expectations for the future.
While the outlook remains highly uncertain as economies enter a new phase of restrictions on people and businesses, taken together, our H1 2020 Activity Data Report and Market Sentiment Survey illustrate a resilient, adaptable and flexible private equity industry, well placed to help companies weather the volatility that is still to come, and – when the time is right - participate fully in Europe’s economic recovery.
A forward-looking Market Sentiment Survey capturing the views of more than 350 GPs and LPs on the future of the private equity industry in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
On 26 November, Arthur D. Little and Invest Europe presented, in a webinar, the main results of our pan-European survey capturing views of more than 350 GPs and LPs on the future of the private equity industry in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Head of Europe - Private Equity
Aberdeen Standard Investments
Stafford Private Equity
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Transforming a UK tech start-up into a global online marketing tool04 Apr 2019
Transforming a Turkish start-up into a global in-memory computing leader12 Sep 2018
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