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Capital Under Management & Dry Powder


2019: Positioned for the Challenge

European private equity* is a mature yet dynamic industry, populated by professional fund managers and supported by sophisticated investors. Throughout the continent, managers are investing across the spectrum – from start-ups and SMEs in need of expertise to grow, to established companies that require strategic direction – while raising new money from investors eager for returns.

Data is a key component for explaining what Buyout, Generalist, Growth, Mezzanine, and Venture Capital fund managers do and their role in Europe. Sometimes, however, that data is lacking, or so broad that it fails to illustrate the reality for European Private Equity. That is why Invest Europe has released, for its members only, its first comprehensive analysis of Private Equity Capital Under Management and Dry Powder in Europe.

This new research is helping us to understand how European private equity has evolved, and how it is positioned to help address the challenges ahead.

*Private equity encompasses Buyout, Generalist, Growth, Mezzanine, and Venture Capital.

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Positioned for the Challenge: Capital Under Management & Dry Powder 2019

11 Mar 2021
Invest Europe Research

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.

Report (Member only) PDF 2.04 MB (Member only)
Dataset (Member only) XLSX 244.46 KB (Member only)
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Julien Krantz


Research Director

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Sofian Giuroiu


Research Officer

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Daniel Irwin-Brown


Research Manager


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