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Report: European VC fundraising has tripled in three years to about €12 billion today

Written on September 20, 2017 by Yoram Wijngaarde

How much venture capital is out there? Where is it coming from? Is Brexit causing a shift in Europe? This free 17-page Dealroom aims answer these questions, packed with new insights about the European VC landscape.

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Fundraising by European Venture Capital Funds

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Key insights:

  • Fundraising by European VC funds has tripled from about €4 billion in 2014 to €12 billion in 2016 and a similar amount likely to be raised in 2017
  • The number of funds grew at the same pace, from 30 to 100 new funds per year, while the average size per fund is constant around €110M
  • In 2016, continental European VC fundraising made a surge, especially in France, Sweden, Netherlands
  • And in 2017 for the first time ever, France leads with €2.7 billion funds raised, vs. €2.3 billion in the UK

Additional resources:

You can now also explore new VC funds by country and per quarter via this New Funds heatmap:

You can also make detailed filters in this New Funds list. For example, these are new Paris-based VCs and corporate funds with Health Tech experience.