A total of 88 venture capital transactions were conducted in Poland between July and September 2020, with 80 funds involved, according to a new report from PFR Ventures.
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Almost two thirds (63 per cent) of UK private equity firms now take into account Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) principles in their investments but some firms risk falling behind as ESG rises up investors’ agendas, shows research by accountancy and business advisory firm, BDO LLP.
Though external economic headwinds due to the coronavirus pandemic persisted in the third quarter, venture capital (VC) exit activity saw a major uptick, achieving the second highest exit values on record, according to the PitchBook-NVCA Venture Monitor, a quarterly report on VC activity jointly produced by PitchBook and the National Venture Capital Association (NVCA).
The first Healthtech M&A market report to be published by Hampleton Partners since the outbreak of Covid-19 stresses the serious impact of coronavirus on healthcare systems around the world.
Each year SS&C Intralinks, in partnership with Private Equity Wire, polls (LPs) worldwide for their sentiments toward current funds, selecting GPs, and allocation plans for the coming year. The 2021 report is now available to download…
New research reveals that optimism in the UK investment environment is holding up well, and is higher than this time last year, despite the uncertainties of Covid and Brexit, according to the annual Investment 360 Index conducted by management consultancy CIL.
Sarasin & Partners, a global thematic investment manager which invests responsibly on behalf of charities, private clients and institutions, has seen its assets under management (AuM) rise by 5.4 per cent (from GBP14.7 billion at the end of 2019 to GBP15.5 billion as at 9 September, 2020) over the course of a highly volatile 2020.
The latest Autotech M&A market report from Hampleton Partners, an international technology mergers and acquisitions adviser, reveals that this year the sector has been impacted by Covid-19 lockdown measures, economic recession and a collapse in car sales in Europe and the USA.
Foresight white paper reveals significant differences in pandemic resilience across infrastructure sub-sectors
A new study published today by Foresight Group (Foresight) into the resilience of infrastructure to global pandemics reveals that renewable energy, telecoms and primary care have proved to be the most pandemic resilient.
The Covid-19 pandemic has taken a heavy toll on European dealmaking activity. However, opportunities remain for those willing to take risks, according to the eighth edition of the European M&A Outlook, published by CMS in association with Mergermarket.