How private equity and venture capital is building European resilience

A report by Invest Europe reveals that €130bn was invested by private equity and venture capital in 2022, marking the second-highest year for investment. More than 9000 companies were backed, helping drive innovation, job creation and growth, and supporting the transition to a greener, more sustainable economy.

Invest Europe, the association representing Europe’s private equity, venture capital and infrastructure sectors, as well as their investors, estimates in its latest report that there are around 10.9 million people employed in private equity and venture capital-backed companies in Europe.

Fidelity European Trust PLC (LON:FEV) aims to be the cornerstone long-term investment of choice for those seeking European exposure across market cycles.

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