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1 EMPEA Industry Statistics Fundraising & Investment Analytics – 1H 2011 Historical Statistics – Since 2002 Performance Data – Q Data as of 30 June Published 25 August 2011.

2 Table of Contents Fundraising & Investment Analytics – 1H 2011 Summary……………………………………………………………………………………….4 Fundraising – By Region (Members Only)………………………………… Fundraising – Funds with Final Closes (Members Only)………………….6 Investment – By Region (Members Only)……………………………………….7 Fundraising – Largest Funds By Final Close (Members Only)………….8 Fundraising – Largest Funds By Region (Members Only)………………..9 Investment – Largest Deals By Region (Members Only)………………..17 Historical Statistics – Since 2002 Fundraising – By Region…………………………………………………………………20 Investment – By Region………………………………………………………………….22 Private Equity Penetration – By Region………………………………………….24 Performance Data – Q Pooled End-to-End Returns – By Region (Members Only)………………26 Methodology …………………………………………………………………………………….31 © Emerging Markets Private Equity Association. Data as of 30 June Published 25 August

3 EMPEA Industry Statistics Fundraising & Investment Analytics – 1H 2011 Historical Statistics – Since 2002 Performance Data – Q Data as of 30 June Published 25 August © Emerging Markets Private Equity Association3

4 Summary (1H 2011) EM PE Deal Volume by Quarter, 2008–1H 2011 EM PE Fundraising & Investment, 2007–1H 2011 (US$B) © Emerging Markets Private Equity Association. Data as of 30 June Published 25 August EM PE Fundraising & Investment as a Percent of Global Total, 2007–1H 2011

5 EMPEA Industry Statistics Fundraising & Investment Analytics – 1H 2011 Historical Statistics – Since 2002 Performance Data – Q Data as of 30 June Published 25 August © Emerging Markets Private Equity Association.5

6 Fundraising – By Region (1H 2011) EM PE Fundraising Totals by Region, 2002–1H 2011 (US$m) © Emerging Markets Private Equity Association. Data as of 30 June Published 25 August *Estimate - EVCA's Q data pending publication.6 Region H 2011 Developed Asia (JANZ)2,1282,5704,8672,9027,5008,1007,1491,7522, United States68,20049,30094,000162,000214,000324,000302,000137,00087,00050,000 Western Europe28,82333,89037,51085,030148,157119,809113,29025,56824,14319,538* Emerging Asia (ex-JANZ)1,0932,2002,80015,44619,38628,66839,66015,93814,20616,361 CEE & CIS ,7772,7113,27214,6295,5591,5861, LatAm & Caribbean ,2722,6564,4194,4612,2485,6084,148 MENA1, ,6693,2075,3336,8751, Sub-Saharan Africa ,0922,0342, ,4991,056 Multi-RegionN/A ,6302,5804,0777, Emerging Markets3,2284,6066,57526,51933,19359,16066,51722,60723,47822,636 Global102,37890,366162,142336,121499,293617,560617,466243,359210,271125,183* Sources: Emerging Markets – EMPEA Developed Asia (JANZ) – Asia Private Equity Review United States – PitchBook Western Europe – European Venture Capital Association Global fundraising totals are calculated as follows: “Preqin’s global total” - “Preqin’s Asia/ROW total” + “Asia Private Equity Review’s Developing Asia (JANZ) fundraising total” + “EMPEA’s emerging markets fundraising total”. The Preqin "Global" and "Asia/ROW" statistics are not included in the table above to improve readability.

7 Fundraising – By Select Markets (1H 2011) EM PE Fundraising Totals by Select Markets, 2002–1H 2011 (US$m) Note: Totals only refer to country-dedicated vehicles and do not include allocation limits or targets within global or regional vehicles. © Emerging Markets Private Equity Association. Data as of 30 June Published 25 August Region H 2011 Brazil ,0982,5103, ,0783,000 China ,2434,2793,89014,4616,6177,50910,285 India ,7412,8844,5697,7103,9993,2682,456 Russia/CIS , , South Africa , N/A42374

8 Investment – By Region (1H 2011) EM PE Investment Totals by Region, 2002–1H 2011 (US$m) © Emerging Markets Private Equity Association. Data as of 30 June Published 25 August *Estimate - EVCA's Q data pending publication.8 Region H 2011 Developed Asia (JANZ)8,86913,0727,4834,89226,90710,97116,4324,4699,7498,310 United States39,00083,000126,000173,000301,000595,000215,00060,000148,00060,000 Western Europe28,92836,52650,33255,77993,934104,36674,76333,31654,63822,392* Emerging Asia (ex-JANZ)2504,5284,3167,69222,46830,37028,27013,86718,30810,785 CEE & CIS ,9038,3456,3443,3232,3981,765 LatAm & Caribbean ,0154,2647,5456,9621,3186,6481,253 MENA ,7513,5263,3702, Sub-Saharan Africa ,1541,7231,2923,3622,8891, Emerging Markets1,9996,9687,20211,79634,67853,14847,83422,10428,77814,134 Global78,795139,567191,016245,467456,519763,485354,030119,888241,165104,836* Sources: Emerging Markets – EMPEA Developed Asia (JANZ) – Asia Private Equity Review United States – PitchBook Western Europe – European Venture Capital Association Global investment totals are the sum of the four regions listed above.

9 Investment – By Region (1H 2011) EM PE Investment Totals by Select Markets, 2002–1H 2011 (US$m) © Emerging Markets Private Equity Association. Data as of 30 June Published 25 August Region H 2011 Brazil ,3425,2853, , China1261,6671,3892,9918,2009,4588,9946,2889,1905,831 India404561,2721,3775,6879,9057,4834,0116,2223,754 Russia/CIS , , South Africa , ,3622,

10 Private Equity Penetration (2009–2010) Global Private Equity Penetration, 2009–2010 © Emerging Markets Private Equity Association. Data as of 31 December Published 25 August Sources: Emerging markets – EMPEA United Kingdom – Centre for Management Buy-Out Research United States – PitchBook Israel – Israel Venture Capital Research Center Japan – Asia Private Equity Review All GDP data – International Monetary Fund Methodology: Annual private equity investment divided by annual gross domestic product.

11 Methodology The statistics presented in this report are drawn from EMPEA’s proprietary database of funds and are based on data from press releases and trade publications as well as communications with industry participants and regional and local venture capital associations. Fundraising totals reported herein reflect only official closes (first, second and/or final) as reported in public sources and by the firms themselves. Capital commitments accruing prior to or between official closes are not included in the totals. Investment totals included in the report reflect total equity amounts for transactions in which financial details have been reported. For both fundraising and investment data, amounts have been confirmed wherever possible through information provided by the fund managers themselves. The statistics in this report are based on the “market” approach, i.e., EMPEA categorizes activity based on the countries or regions in which fund managers intend to invest (in the case of fundraising) or the country headquarters of the investee company (in the case of investments). In the case of global funds, only those funds investing primarily in emerging markets are included in fundraising totals (e.g., pan-Asia funds with a significant portion of capital intended for investment in China and India). Country-dedicated fundraising analytics reflect only those funds with a single country strategy or mandate. Target allocations to individual markets within a broader global or regional fund are not attributed to single country fundraising totals. Regions in this report are defined as: Asia: all Asia, excluding funds whose primary mandate is investments in Japan, Australia or New Zealand. Latin America and Caribbean: Central and South America and the Caribbean region (excluding Puerto Rico). Central & Eastern Europe (CEE) and Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS): European Union accession countries, Turkey, the Baltics and Balkans, as well as CIS countries, including Russia. Middle East and North Africa (MENA): Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Pakistan, Palestinian Territories, Syria and Yemen, as well as Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Morocco, Sudan and Tunisia. Sub-Saharan Africa: all Africa, excluding funds whose primary mandate is investments in North Africa (Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Morocco, Sudan and Tunisia). Statistics in this publication exclude real estate funds and funds of funds. Infrastructure funds managed by private equity firms and making private equity-style investments are included in this analysis (i.e., equity investments in infrastructure-related industries). Infrastructure investments that fit the conventional model are not included (i.e., greenfield projects and/or project finance). Secondary investments are also excluded from investment totals because they do not represent an incremental increase in private equity capital in emerging markets, but they are included in exhibits for reference. © Emerging Markets Private Equity Association. 11 For any questions, and to request the underlying constituent fundraising and investment data, contact or ext. Disclaimer: This information is intended to provide an indication of industry activity based on best information available from public and proprietary sources. EMPEA has taken measures to validate the information presented herein but cannot guarantee the ultimate accuracy or completeness of the data provided. EMPEA is not responsible for any decision made or action taken based on information drawn from this report.

12 About EMPEA Sarah E. Alexander President and CEO Carlos Perry Chief Operating Officer Jennifer Choi VP, Industry and External Affairs Nadiya Satyamurthy Director, Research Mike Casey Senior Associate, Research Ted Hickey Senior Analyst, Research Emily Stromquist Senior Analyst, Research Neeraj Borle Analyst, Research Kyoko Terada Senior Manager, Member Services Shannon Stroud Director, Programs and Events Emily Sandhaus Manager, Programs and Events Holly Freedman Director, Marketing and Communications Meaghan Bixby Manager, Digital Communications Carolyn Kolb Business Analyst Aisha Richardson Executive Assistant, Office Manager Hong Kong Office Ruby Poon Regional Manager – Asia © Emerging Markets Private Equity Association. 12 The Emerging Markets Private Equity Association (EMPEA) is an independent, global membership association whose mission is to catalyze private equity and venture capital investment in the emerging markets of Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America and the Middle East. EMPEA’s 290+ members include the leading institutional investors and private equity and venture capital fund managers across developing and developed markets. EMPEA leverages an unparalleled global industry network to deliver authoritative intelligence, promote best practices, and provide unique networking opportunities, giving our members a competitive edge for raising funds, making good investments and managing exits to achieve superior returns th Street NW Suite 100 Washington, DC USA Phone: Fax: Web: empea.net


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