Mid-market deal volume across Europe reached its highest total in five quarters
SBO market in Europe has developed steadily over the last 15 years
Following a dip in Q1, multiples for European PE-backed buyouts have returned to 2015 levels
Dealflow in the €1bn+ buyout segment reached an eight-year high across Europe in the 12 months to Q2 2016
European deal volume reached its highest total in six quarters, while aggregate value increased by 80% compared to Q1 levels
The German capital has emerged as the lone bright spot in the country, buoying the German private equity industry
Denmark's technology sector has fueled the rise of the local private equity industry
The latest unquote” and Clearwater International Multiples Heatmap Report, now available for download, neatly reflects the ever-challenging environment for private equity investors.
The European buyout segment witnessed a slow Q1 volume-wise, with the number of deals recorded being the lowest total since Q1 2014
Fewer deals but higher aggregate value in 2015 meant the average deal value jumped by a whopping 53%
Latest figures show trend for fewer, larger deals continues
Latest figures show total deal volume falling while overal value rises
The European buyout market witnessed a fall in both deal volume and value for Q1
The latest unquote" Regional Mid-Market Barometer highlights strong growth in 2014
Fourth quarter witnessed an encouraging rise in deal volume and value
Overall European buyout activity declined, but Q3 figures highlight mid-market's resilience
Q2 sees uptick in buyout deal volume and value across Europe
PE houses catch up with corporates as lower mid-market heats up
Overall buyouts down by 10% in lacklustre quarter
Results to be revealed at the Nordic unquote" Private Equity Congress in May
Read the latest unquote” Regional Mid-market Barometer, published in association with LDC
Following a weak Q3, the final months of 2013 marked the strongest quarter of the year, according to the latest unquote” Private Equity Barometer, published in association with SL Capital Partners.
Secondary buyouts rose to new levels of prominence in the European market last year, accounting for 40% of all buyouts and 55% of aggregate buyout value. Greg Gille reports
A strong final quarter for 2013 saw deal volume and overall value hold up well across the board in the UK, showing a marked improvement on the first quarter of the year, according to the latest unquote” UK Watch, published in association with Corbett...