Though it’s subject to a more diverse set of underlying deal drivers, the European private equity marketplace has largely resembled its US counterpart in recent months. Against a backdrop of record-low interest rates and widespread political unrest, European PE deal flow has decreased substantially through the first three quarters of the year.
Fundraising, however remains a bright spot in the region. Meanwhile the Brexit shadow could change the rules for all players but opportunities for PE still look promising, despite political moves.
This report offers a full review of all European private equity investment, exits and fundraising activity in the third quarter of 2016.
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- What’s in store for the European PE investment scene, based on 2016 geopolitical activity
- Activity in this edition’s spotlight region: The UK and Ireland
- Why deal flow has decreased substantially through the first three quarters of the year
- The most active investors, advisors and law firms by deal count
- Analysis of PE fundraising and PE-backed exits by type