How the global Private Equity has changed from 2007 to 2011


May 17, 2012

DealMarket presents a study of how the global Private Equity landscape has changed from 2007 to 2011, including breakdowns of transactions by type, geography and size, fundraising activity and a look at GPs, LPs and family offices.


In the light of DealMarket’s fast growth, expanding offering and widening reach DealMarket has commissioned The Boston Consulting Group to analyse the size and prevailing dynamics of the private equity market, as well as other areas where we operate. DealMarket is very pleased to share extracts of this unique study “Private Equity Market Analysis & Sizing 2012”.


“Our study shows that during the last two years, deal activity regained momentum, with 10’941 private equity transactions and a disclosed deal volume of USD 243bn in 2011. Furthermore, the considerable amount of dry powder built up during the global crisis promises solid on-going deal flow.


However, valuation multiples are expected to heat up as relatively large quantities of capital compete for a relatively small number of deals”, comments Urs Haeusler, CEO of DealMarket the Study.

Readers are invited to download this insightful and useful study for free from here.

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