Check out the highlights of our 3Q 2015 Venture Industry Report, including analysis of the continued boom in late stage venture rounds, the rise of “private IPOs” and more. Click here.
For a brief summary of our 3Q 2015 U.S. Private Equity Breakdown Report, check out the following video highlighting a few key points amid lackluster dealmaking.
Jim Lawson is chairman and managing director at Lincoln International, which he co-founded in 1996. He has over 25 years of experience in marketing and negotiating the sale of manufacturing, distribution and service businesses. He was kind enough to chat with us regarding trends in the private equity middle market as well as M&A, among other topics.
Using the PitchBook Platform, we’ve ranked 2015’s most active private equity investors so far, including both completed and announced deals.
McGladrey’s Hitesh Kothari talks venture valuations, fundraising, exit trends and more.
Israel has become a contender in the heavyweight ranks of VC investment in the past few years, with its startups raising over $2.7 billion since the beginning of 2012. We’ve put together a list of the country’s top 10 most-funded VC-backed companies.
In our latest Q&A with the experts, we got in touch with Goodwin Procter partner Ilan Nissan to discuss the latest private equity trends in cybersecurity and technology.
Based on PitchBook data and surveys filled out by dealmakers around the world, our 2Q 2015 PE Deal Multiples and Trends Report sheds light on the current dealmaking landscape. The video above summarizes key findings from the report, including: At 47%, median debt levels hit their lowest point since we began this report series in 2012.…
Over the past week, we’ve produced a series of datagraphics that examine global PE, VC and M&A activity in 2Q, breaking down quarter-end totals for deal flow, capital invested, fundraising, most active investors, valuations and more (you can see all of our 2Q coverage here). To wrap up our recap series, we analyze venture capital…
Shifting our quarter-end analysis to regional data, we focus on three of the most active European cities when it comes to venture capital investment—London, Berlin and Paris.
As covered in our 2Q U.S. PE Breakdown, the trend of LP commitments flowing to the biggest and most established firms has been a noted source of concern. With vehicles under $250 million off to a slow start, it may not be investors who are reluctant to raise, but rather LPs who are primarily committing to…