Private capital deal activity in CEE declined in Q3 2022 amidst a global tech slowdown and the Russia-Ukraine war. Still, opportunities in tech and the energy transition continue to attract investors to the region.
Additional analysis includes:
- An exploration of the main industries leading investment activity, such as IT and tech-enabled businesses, which accounted for 84% of total deals conducted in the region in Q1-Q3 2022
- The rise of Turkey and Estonia VC, cumulatively accounting for 62% of the capital deployed into CEE VC since 2020
- Record deal activity in CEE energy transition companies, driven by the mounting energy crisis
- A look at buy-and-build strategies, a key growth lever for established PE fund managers in the region
- Top investors, funds, investments and exits in the region in 2021-Q3 2022
In addition, GPCA Members are able to use their Member login to download an accompanying Excel Data Pack containing all underlying data, including a full list of investments and funds reaching a close in Q1-Q3 2022.