Smart Choice: the case for investing in European venture capital tells the compelling story of how European venture capital has evolved to become an unmissable opportunity for investors.
We caught up with Tim Creed, Managing Director at Adveq, to discuss environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues, sustainability and private equity. He explained why he thinks private equity is one of the most responsible kinds of investment in our latest video interview, filmed at the EVCA Responsible Investment Summit.
We’re looking for EVCA members to share their success stories with us. We want to add more company case studies to our new interactive map so we can show how private equity grows businesses in Europe.
A member of the European Parliament’s influential Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee praised the EVCA Handbook of Professional Standards during a video interview. Dr Wolf Klinz, a German Liberal MEP, also said that private equity is a “growth generator” that can help Europe’s recovery from the financial crisis.
Explore our new interactive map to see private equity at work in Europe! Find out how companies of all sizes have worked with private equity to become better businesses, right across the continent.
The European Commission has launched a Green Paper on long-term investing, beginning a debate about the best ways to encourage more long-term investment in Europe.
The EVCA, and other associations, welcomed the chance to contribute to this important discussion because more long-term investment can help the European economy recover.
The EVCA’s latest video is about how Europe remains a brilliant place to invest even though it is facing the challenges of the financial crisis and explains why investors looking for stable, solid returns should look to Europe and to private equity.
Watch ‘how private equity works’ in our new animation. So many companies benefit from private equity investment today, allowing them to grow, develop new ideas and products and expand into new markets. But private equity is more than just capital…