Orienting, structuring and successfully timing private equity deals in Central and Eastern Europe
Central and Eastern (emerging) Europe is starting to bounce back from the recession, with relatively strong economies and many, as yet, unlisted entrepreneurs. With reduced competition from the large buy-out private equity deal makers, the mid market is continuing to find opportunities in this environment.
Bain and Company estimates that the average returns on private equity investments in 2010 will run between 13 to 15 percent. And while this may look like a modest number compared to the boom years, such returns far outpace those from the risky public equity and low yield fixed income instruments – making private equity one of the most attractive parts of the capital markets at the moment.
Following on from the success of our emerging market private equity events in Asia and Latin America , Finance IQ invites the most active mid market deal-makers and their investors, advisors and bankers in central and eastern Europe today to attend the Private Equity and Venture Capital Outlook - Central and Eastern Europe 2011.