Germany: Nothing Ventured
Private equity activity in Germany has been conspicuously muted in recent years, in marked contrast to the rest of Europe. Christoph von Einem says the right legislation could restore Germany's fading reputation as a good place to do business
During the past 20 years, private equity has become an essential factor in providing equity financing for German start-ups and more developed mid-sized companies. However, a specific private equity statute could enable Germany to become an even more lucrative investment location for domestic and foreign private equity funds.
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