Annuario AIFI 2017
In 2016, the investment activity in the Italian private equity and venture capital market reached the highest amount ever, with an important contribution of international players, who showed a growing interest in our country. On the other hand, fundraising decreased in comparison with 2015, when some domestic funds reached significant closings. Divestments continued to grow in terms of amount, whereas the number of exits saw a slowdown. Positive signals came from the private debt market, which now represents a well-established funding instrument for Italian companies, complementary to private equity. The Yearbook, after a description of AIFI’s activities, presents the results of the 2016 Italian private equity and venture capital analysis (realised in cooperation with PricewaterhouseCoopers -- Transaction Services), followed by the description of the Italian private debt industry and its characteristics and by an analysis of the main tax and legal issues.
In addition, the Yearbook contains three different researches: the first one about the aggregate performance (IRR) of the industry (carried out with KPMG Corporate Finance), the second one about the European lending market (conducted by Deloitte Financial Advisory Services) and the third one about how private equity players create value in target companies (conducted by EY Financial Business Advisors).
Copyright Bancaria Editrice 2017 - ISBN: 978-88-449-1123-2
AIFI Committees and Working Groups
AIFI Organisational Structure
The Italian Private Equity and Venture Capital Industry
The Italian Private Debt Industry
Tax and Legal Issues
Statistics on Performance
The Rise of Direct Lending in Europe
How Do Private Equity Investors Create Value?
AIFI Directory: Full Members
AIFI Directory: Associate Members
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