Venture capital funds in the European Union are expected to be regulated less rigidly to support the SME ecosystem in the single market.

The European Union (EU) is committing to higher levels of financing for smaller companies, according to Reuters. Under a looser regime, European venture capital funds will find it easier to invest in a wider range of companies, including small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). Reuters said SMEs currently receive 75% of their funding from banks, which…

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