The Silicon Review
Financial market data is a key part of the financial professional's workflow, as this data equips the user with real-time quotes and up-to-date and accurate financial information. The financial market data industry can be broadly classified into Terminals and Proprietary Data & Value Add Service Providers. Terminal businesses dominate the Financial Market data industry. These suppliers play a significant role in banking and financial companies' business data gathering to gain knowledge on market rates, indices, exchange fluctuations, and credit pricing, among others. They also play a significant role in analytics and chat support. Hence, the demand for financial market data is driven by investment bankers, corporate financiers, and portfolio managers who are top contributors to the annual demand increase during the past five years.
PitchBook is a leading financial data provider covering the global venture capital, private equity, and public markets. It is also a research firm that works tirelessly to arm professionals within the global private equity, venture capital, and M&A markets with adequate data, technology, and services so they can make the most informed business decisions efficiently. It has its offices in London, New York, San Francisco, and Seattle. Serving clients in 19 languages, the firm provides thousands of global business professionals with comprehensive data on the private and public markets to discover and execute opportunities with confidence. The firm also partners with industry organizations and business schools, giving them special access to PitchBook and supporting their events.
Revolutionary products furnished by PitchBook
Pitchbook Desktop: The award-winning software gives you access to the company's data and the analytical tools you need to get answers fast, discover promising opportunities, and more. Each feature of the PitchBook Desktop is designed to help you work smarter. One can leverage granular search criteria to sort through data and generate a tailored list of the companies, deals, investors, or individuals that you're looking for. Set custom alerts, so you're the first to know if a new company pops up, a professional connection changes jobs, or a competitor makes an acquisition. The company's Research Center combines Morningstar's thematic and company-specific equity research with PitchBook's own extensive PE, VC, and M & A research to provide a holistic view of the private and public markets.
PitchBook Mobile: It helps to access curated news as well as the in-depth private market analysis straight from your phone. One can get the data you need instantly with advanced search and customizable alerts. Discover opportunities before your competitors with on-the-go insights and monitor your space activity, from significant deals to new hires. Work seamlessly across devices. Your search history saved searches, lists, and more automatically sync across PitchBook Desktop, Mobile, and Chrome. Evaluate targets, uncover critical deal details, gain competitive insights, or prep for your next meeting no matter where you are with easy access to in-depth, interrelated data on public and private companies, people, transactions, funds, and more.
PitchBook Excel Plugin: It helps to strengthen your analysis and build better financial models. Harness the depth of PitchBook's global public and private market data to streamline your workflow, create and update financial models quickly, and catalyze confident investment decisions. PitchBook's prebuilt templates give you immediate access to investor tear sheets, comparable and valuations whenever you need them. The data it pipes into the templates is dynamic and always up-to-date. Because variables can be manipulated to evaluate all possible outcomes, you can feel confident in your decision-making. Ensure efficiency and accuracy in your work by utilizing a formula builder to select the specific data you want to be populated in your models.
The formidable leader behind the success of PitchBook
John Gabbert is the Founder and also serves as the Chief Executive Officer of PitchBook. He has more than 20 years of experience in building information technology products for capital market professionals. Before founding PitchBook, he was the Managing Director of Private Markets for Dow Jones & Company and VP of Worldwide Research for VentureOne, VentureSource, and The Private Equity Analyst. He has played a key role in six acquisitions/mergers (three as the acquired target and three as part of the acquiring/merged organization) by both strategic and private equity investors.