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The effect of the recession on private equity has been under much scrutiny lately. Its full impact is still unclear and it will take a while to draw the final conclusion.

The effect of the recession on private equity has been under much scrutiny lately. Its full impact is still unclear and it will take a while to draw the final conclusion. As part of the emerging markets, South-Eastern European private equity industry has been put on the map, and more interest was raised among investors.
There has been a significant upward movement in the Bulgarian and Turkish private equity and investments by foreign and local investors increased over the past few years. Same goes for most countries in South-East Europe: Hungary, Greece, Romania, Croatia and others. This growth came as a result of the improved business climate and the harmonization of legislation with the relevant EU regulations. The financial crisis established a unique investment environment in the region.

Following the success of our Warsaw event, EastEuro Link’s SEE Private Equity Conference 2010 will become the key forum for industry professionals and it will serve as a platform to display facts, hear from case studies and make use of the many networking opportunities.