Latest figures show total deal volume falling while overal value rises
GPs across Europe continue to take advantage of seller's market
From Paris to Berlin, European capital cities see uptick in tech deals
Private equity houses are taking advantage of the strong exit market
Turnaround deals throughout Europe remain at low levels
A detailed look at trends in the refinancing market
Overall healthcare deals are falling, but healthcare provider sub-segment is thriving
The European buyout market witnessed a fall in both deal volume and value for Q1
With declining dealflow, is the industry moving away from alternative energy?
Q1 2015 average value down on Q4 2014 spike, however
New research digs into portfolio company managers expectations for the year ahead
Fourth quarter witnessed an encouraging rise in deal volume and value
Exclusive research reveals venture funds' over-reliance on public funding
Southern European mid-market has picked up to its highest levels of activity since Q2 2011
Overall European buyout activity declined, but Q3 figures highlight mid-market's resilience
Despite substantial dry powder, the proportion of SBOs dropped off in H1
Healthcare deals in Germany have dipped, highlighting difficulties in the space
PE houses catch up with corporates as lower mid-market heats up
Is there still room for sustained growth?
Welcome uptick at larger end of market, both for new deals and exits
But increased exit activity is buoying the market
Overall buyouts down by 10% in lacklustre quarter
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