European Buyout Review is the premier reference resource for private equity investors, advisers and leveraged financiers in Europe. For over two decades, it has tracked the rising and falling fortunes of the buyout market in the region, focusing exclusively on deals with an element of institutional private equity funding. During this time, deal data on over 9,500 private equity backed buyouts has been collected, verified and converted into the best statistical analyses available.
Owning the European Buyout Review means that you'll have all the vital intelligence available allowing you to decide which market conditions offer you the best opportunities for the year ahead. You'll also be able to see where the growth is and understand the deal drivers in each market.
The European Buyout Review contains:
Analysis of all deals since 2007 – where they came from and who invested.
Details of the major equity investors in each market.
Details of fundings, lists of buyouts and league tables of investor activity & debt providers.
Austria, Belgium, Central and Eastern Europe, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Iberia, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom.
Each country's chapter brings you a qualitative analysis of the markets taken from interviews and surveys, information gathered from GPs and the media to create a more complete picture of what is going on in the market; providing insight that cannot be gained from statistics alone.
If you are a standard subscriber, you can upgrade your account and receive the Review at a significant discount. Contact Nicola Tillin for more details.
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