The research shows that European private capital continued to strongly outperform listed equity benchmarks, delivering superior performance to long-term investors to support pensions and savings as markets rebounded from the effects of COVID-19.
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.
Detailed evidence and analysis of the European private equity and venture capital industry’s real contribution to employment, in 2020, and job creation, in 2019-20, and the far-reaching impact this has on the people, societies and economies of Europe.
Explore Mid-Market’s essential and growing role in Europe.
In this report, we look at Capital Under Management and Dry Powder across private equity segments, from Buyouts to Generalist funds, and Growth capital to Venture Capital.
Brand new analysis of Venture Capital and Private Equity statistics, looking at the transaction value of investments into European companies.
A forward-looking Market Sentiment Survey capturing the views of 250 private equity managers and investors on the future of the industry in the context of COVID-19.
The H1 2021 activity data report provides a semi-annual review of fundraising, investment and divestment trends for European private equity and venture capital activity. Please note that this data is preliminary and subject to change.
The European Investment Fund (EIF) with the support of Invest Europe, published 'The VC Survey 2021: Market Sentiment,' a new report that provides an opportunity to retrieve unique market insights. The paper focuses on the market sentiment and the impact of COVID-19. The study looks at the current situation, developments in the recent past and expectations for the future.
Lucrezia Lo Sordo
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