A collection of research supported or authored by Adveq

This report investigates the pricing and post-transaction performance of a large sample of European private equity deals executed between 1998 and 2014. These deals are benchmarked to similar corporate deals and to alternative samples of European companies that are not private equity owned and are matched on important characteristics. Our evidence provides an insight into how value is created at the portfolio company level thus providing an explanation of why private equity funds outperform public markets.

This report tracks the changes in the business model of private equity, considering both changes to private equity firms themselves, as well as the evolving links between general and limited partners, covering co-investment, direct investment, separately managed accounts, and other recent trends.

Adveq is pleased to introduce the fourth study in the Adveq Applied Research Series from the London Business School’s Coller Institute of Private Equity, which set out to examine the changing face of the global private equity industry.

We present descriptive evidence on the characteristics of a large sample of 3,847 USbased private equity advisors.

The global financial crisis has led to dramatic and ongoing changes in risk management among private equity firms around the world.

At the 2013 SuperReturn International conference in Berlin, Nils Rode, Co-Head of Investment Management at Adveq spoke about how the leading global companies of tomorrow are being created every year and how venture capital renews the corporate landscape, helping institutional investors generate performance for their portfolios.

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