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Improving publicly-backed venture capital provision

Report on a study to inform BIS on how publicly-backed equity funds that they support can work more effectively and efficiently together, and…

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Improving the coherence, coordination and consistency of publicly-backed national and regional venture capital provision.

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Report on a study to inform BIS on how publicly-backed equity funds that they support can work more effectively and efficiently together, and bring greater coherence to the publicly backed venture capital fund landscape. The study also explored a range of issues which have significance for policy which have been raised by a number of recent reports on the status of publicly backed equity funds. For example co-investment and the development of public/private sector funds, significance of fund size and geographic coverage on operating costs and performance of funds, and the importance or otherwise of regional fund management presence.

Published 22 December 2010