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Wrapping our look at how the venture capital asset class invested in 2020, today we’re taking a peek at Europe’s impressive year, and Asia’s slightly less invigorating set of results. (We’re speaking soon with folks who may have data on African VC activity in 2020; if those bear out, we’ll do a final entry in our series concerning the continent.). After digging into the United States’ broader venture capital results from last year with an extra eye on fintech and unicorn investing , at least one trend was clear: venture capital is getting later and larger ( as expected ). Record dollar amounts were being invested, but across falling deal volume. More money and fewer rounds meant larger rou... Full story

22 January