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Keswick Capital Predicts A Growing VC Industry in Asia and South America - Investors in China, India and Brazil almost all believe that limited partners will continue to invest heavily in venture capital in their regions
Keswick Capital Predicts A Growing VC Industry in Asia and South America

 

NewswireToday - /newswire/ - Chiyoda-Ku, Tokyo, Japan, 2010/11/24 - Investors in China, India and Brazil almost all believe that limited partners will continue to invest heavily in venture capital in their regions.

   
 
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After studying the results of the 2010 Global Venture Capital Survey, Keswick Capital, sees how venture capital is on the rise in emerging markets like China, India and South America.

- 92 percent of U.S. respondents expect the number of VC firms to drop a bit between now and 2015. European and Canadian VCs expects their region to keep with its current moderate growth, while their counterparts in China (99 percent), India (85 percent) and Brazil (97 percent) all anticipate a big growth in their number of firms and capital.

- U.S. respondents attributed the contraction in the country to a lackluster IPO market (despite news that IPOs hit their highest point in three years this year, with 17 sales), as well as unfavorable tax and regulatory policies (like prospective taxes on carried interest). Most U.S. respondents also believe that not as many limited partners will be interested in sinking money into U.S.-based venture capital firms going forward.

- Investors in China, India and Brazil almost all believe that limited partners will continue to invest heavily in venture capital in their regions — suggesting that LP dollars may not necessarily be migrating from VC in general, just shifting geographically.

- In the U.S., 88 percent of respondents said their industry was shrinking slightly due to the difficulty of achieving successful exits; 59 percent blamed unfavorable tax policies, and 53 percent pointed to an unstable regulatory environment. As the report points out, none of these issues presented a problem five years ago when the survey asked similar questions.

- European, Canadian, Indian and Israeli respondents all said the weak IPO market was perhaps the most influential factor putting a damper on global VC. Brazilians were more concerned with tax policies, and Chinese investors singled out their country’s regulatory environment as a major hurdle to expansion.

- Despite these challenges, China and India were much more optimistic about company valuations than their peers in the U.S. and Europe. 62 and 68 percent, respectively, say they expect valuations to go up over the next five years.

- On the more promising side of the coin, more than half of U.S. and European investors said they thought that the number of venture capital deals would increase over the next five years. This is also indicative of how deal sizes are expected to dwindle, with more firms looking for more capital-efficient plays in their areas of focus — like cloud-based software for enterprise, and IT solutions for energy efficiency in the green sector.

All in all Keswick Capital (keswickcapital.com) views the report as a good positive outlook on the venture capital industry.

 
 
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