Data and Statistics
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According to EMPEA’s latest industry statistics, private equity firms raised US$6.5 billion through 41 emerging markets funds in the first quarter of 2014, compared to US$8.0 billion in capital raised from the same number of funds in the first quarter of 2013. In Q1 2014, fund managers deployed US$5.6 billion across 242 deals, a 46% and 13% increase in capital invested and the number of deals, respectively, from Q1 2013.
EMPEA Members have exclusive access to the detailed report (PowerPoint) and underlying data (Excel). A high-level summary of the Q1 2014 EM PE Industry Statistics is available to the public.
The EMPEA Data Insights are quarterly updates of high-level trends and notable developments in all major emerging market regions plus Brazil, China, and India. The Data Insights offer unique access to EMPEA’s statistics at the regional and country level and provide detailed analytics of fundraising trends and deal flow.
An in-depth look at the EM PE fundraising and investment trends that shaped 2013. See inside for regional and country snapshots, a global sector analysis and detailed tables of funds raised and investments completed
Since 2008, US$160 billion has been invested by private equity investors across emerging markets. While 93% of the capital has been concentrated in 25 countries that constitute a number of prominent emerging markets public equity indices, activity in the remaining, less developed frontier markets has recently increased and in 2013 represented 12% of total capital invested outside of developed markets...
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