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Here’s how European venture capital funds are performing

A few weeks ago we discussed our efforts to get performance data from the European Investment Fund, the EU institution that is the cornerstone of the European venture capital industry.The body previously seemed to drag its feet, taking around five months to reveal quite limited data about the performance of its portfolio. But this time the EIF, which is directly responsible for 10 per cent of all investment in European venture capital firms, has been more forthcoming with more detailed information.The two charts below show the performance of the fund’s portfolio, broken down by the vintage and also the location of the managers it backed. The full release is here:The data are limited in parts. For example, there are some vintages where no performance data are provided due to the low number

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Kadhim Shubber
He is a freelance journalist who first bought bitcoins so that he could buy a beer at The Pembury Tavern, Hackney’s bitcoin pub. He has reported for Slate, Wired, The Daily Telegraph, The Sunday Times and Ampp3d. He is currently studying for a Masters in Journalism at City University London.

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