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EMPEA Year-End 2015 Industry Statistics

Posted On: 10 Feb 2016

According to EMPEA’s just-released Year-End Industry Statistics, private capital fund managers—inclusive of private equity, private infrastructure and real assets and private credit—raised US$44.4 billion for emerging markets in 2015, a 17% decline from 2014. Private capital investment also decreased, as fund managers deployed US$29 billion in EM companies, down from 2014’s annual total of US$38 billion. While fundraising and investment declined in dollar terms over the past year, more companies than ever across emerging markets received backing from private funds. Fund managers invested in 1,475 companies in 2015, representing an 8% increase year-on-year and the highest annual total since EMPEA began reporting investment statistics in 2008.

Fund managers navigated a shifting macroeconomic environment not only by looking to diverse fund strategies, but also by investing in companies suited to withstanding headwinds and positioned to capitalize on longer-term market fundamentals. Read the Press Release to find out more, including regional overviews, or view the data via our publicly available Industry Statistics PowerPoint presentation. 

EMPEA Members receive exclusive access to the detailed report (PowerPoint) and underlying data (Excel). Members, log in to access the Year-End 2015 files. Need help logging in? Contact support@empea.net.

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EMPEA Data Insights (Q3 2015)

Posted On: 18 Nov 2015

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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.

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Q3 2015 EM PE Industry Statistics

Posted On: 13 Nov 2015

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With the release of our Q3 2015 Industry Statistics, EMPEA notes that fund managers have now raised over US$432 billion via long-term, private direct investment funds, backed by institutional investors, across three asset classes—private equity, private infrastructure and real assets and private credit, collectively “private capital”—for the emerging markets (“EM”) of Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America and the Middle East from 2006 to Q3 2015.

EMPEA also publicly announces that it has expanded its data coverage to include private infrastructure and real assets and private credit funds, in addition to its previously reported private equity data. EMPEA Members started receiving the expanded data coverage in Q2 2015.

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EMPEA Data Insights (1H 2015)

Posted On: 11 Aug 2015

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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.

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Q2 2015 EM PE Industry Statistics

Posted On: 3 Aug 2015

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Both EM capital raised and capital invested in 1H 2015 were off pace from the same period last year. Fund managers raised US$19 billion for EM-focused private equity, private credit and private infrastructure and real assets vehicles in the first half of 2015, and deployed US$14 billion in emerging markets, corresponding to 18% and 13% decreases, respectively, year-on-year. The number of funds (100) reaching a close was the lowest since 1H 2009, while the number of deals (738) completed was the highest on record since EMPEA began tracking investment statistics in 2008. 

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