The Canadian private investment scene continues to thrive. If the fourth quarter continues to see the same flow of private equity deal value, 2015 could reach C$50 billion in overall capital invested, which would match last year's record total. Meanwhile, even as venture financings have plunged by count, 3Q saw a staggering C$853 million invested, easily the highest quarterly total since 2009. In short, the Canadian PE and VC markets present plenty of material to analyze.
Accordingly, we've released our 2H 2015 Canada Breakdown, which you can access for free by clicking here. This report delves into Canadian PE and VC investment over time, as well as median VC round sizes, investment by sector, exit activity and more. A few additional items and trends included are:
A Q&A with industry professional Mario Nigro of Stikeman Elliott concerning overall PE investment trends in Canada
How VC invested remains so high despite the plunge in the number of financings
The continued decline in PE fundraising activity
There's still more to read, so get the full report for free: click here.