Answered By: IESE Library
Last Updated: Jul 14, 2015     Views: 7

ThomsonOne.com allows you to screen for venture capital companies that are subsidiaries of corporations in other industries. Once you have logged into the database use the following steps:
  1. Click on Screening & Analysis from the left navigation bar, then choose Private Equity.
  2. Click on Companies & Investors.
  3. In the Investment Firm Details section, click on Open Advanced Options.
  4. Click on the magnifying glass icon next to Firm Type.
  5. Select Corporate PE/Venture and add it to the Selected Items box and then click on OK.
  6. Select any additional criteria and then click on Generate Result at the bottom of the screen.
Note: this resource only works in Internet Explorer.

The National Venture Capital Association has a special interest section on corporate venture capital. The Web site includes a list of charter members and aggregate funding statistics since 1995. You can download the NVCA Yearbook which includes annual compilation of venture capital industry statistics.

The EVCA Yearbook, offers a pan-European overview comprising data collected from more than 1,300 private equity firms, presenting in-depth trend analysis including syndication, rounds, investment stages, sectorial focus, cross-border flows and many more. You can find a print copy at IESE Library Reading Room (Ref. 03.10-EVC). And from 2009 onwards there is available a CD-Rom which covers 32 countries regarding fundraising, investment and divestment activity. The data is presented in easily readable tables and uniquely aggregated by both industry and market statistics (location of private equity firm and of portfolio company). A set of 50 slides presents the findings in an easy-to-use format.

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