Since its foundation 30 years ago, the EVCA has overcome some real challenges and undergone considerable changes. EVCA at 30 tells that story.
The EVCA has grown, with the industry, from an organisation just for venture capital into a pan-European association for the whole of the private equity industry, including investors such as pension funds and insurers.
By embracing a policy of open communication to better explain the private equity industry, the EVCA was able to make sure many of the sector’s beneficial effects on local and European economies were better understood at a time of economic crisis.
Private Equity International interviewed EVCA luminaries past and present to research this wide-ranging and thought-provoking article.
This fascinating feature is required reading ahead of this month’s EVCA 30th Anniversary Symposium, when the industry comes together to celebrate its past and look to the future.