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Corporations have led the way in addressing environmental, social and governance issues, but the private equity community is catching up, says Lauren Koopman, a director in the sustainable business solutions team at the global accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Venture investing pulled back in the first quarter due in part to a broad industry-wide rationalization. The deals most feeling the pinch are early stage ones. Here are some thoughts on why from a look at the numbers.
Despite all the talk of a narrowing of the investment funnel as a flood of angel and seed deals compete for a limited number of Series A fundings, the funnel seems to be widening.
Corporate investors during the first half of the year participated in 16.3% of venture deals, according to a new study. This is an increase from 14.7% in 2011 and 12.9% in 2010.
This week’s job posting is for a position on the private real estate asset management team of a well respected international fund-of-funds.
A look at the week ahead for venture capital and private equity professionals.
Last year was a relatively quiet one for PE-backed IPOs in Europe.
After advancing for three quarters, venture investing retreated in the third quarter, likely shaken by global financial volatility but also a reflection of a shift to a faster, more capital efficient way to make money. Quarterly investments totaled $6.95 billion with 876 deals receiving funding, according to the MoneyTree Report issued by PricewaterhouseCoopers and the [...]
The roiling stock markets have all but closed the IPO window, but tech M&A activity should continue to be strong through the rest of the year. So says Rob Fisher, leader of PricewaterhouseCooper’s technology M&A group in San Jose, Calif. Fisher has worked in tech M&A for 14 years, so he’s seen his shares of [...]