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Danske venturefonde vokser i størrelse – men antallet falder

Danske virksomheder er dygtige til at tiltrække kapital i deres tidligere stadier. Til gengæld kniber det mere med finansieringen, når det kommer til ekspansionsfasen, viser analyser fra Vækstfonden.

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I løbet af de seneste to årtier er danske venturefonde vokset i størrelse. Samtidig er der blevet færre af dem. Det skriver mediet Bootstrapping med henvisning til en analyse fra Vækstfonden.

"Ser vi på venturemarkedet helt overordnet igennem de seneste 20 år, så ser vi, at vi får færre, men større fonde med mere kapital under forvaltning og mere erfarne forvaltere. Derfor er afkastet steget godt og udvikler sig i den rigtige retning."

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