PeHUB is written by Thomson Reuters Deals Group journalists, who also report for Buyouts Magazine and Venture Capital Journal. We also post stories on M&A, PE and venture capital written by Reuters journalists around the world. You can see our team at the Contact Us page.
PeHUB is an interactive forum for the global private equity community, which includes venture capitalists, buyouts professionals, public pension funds, endowments, foundations, lenders, investment bankers, attorneys, entrepreneurs, MBA candidates studying PE, and assorted hangers-on. Its mission is simple: To help you do your job better, by filling your head with news and views from/about your peers.
PeHUB was launched in 2006 as an evolution of the PE Week Wire (now peHUB Wire), a daily email publication that has provided private market news and analysis since 2000. It currently serves more than 60,000 readers and has become a must-read for industry professionals. peHUB helps Wire users both interact and be exposed to a wider range of news and analysis. If you haven’t done so yet, register for peHUB Wire for free here.
PeHUB’s community, where you can create and/or join groups to communicate with other peHUB readers can be accessed here. You can create a member profile, send friend requests and more!
peHUB includes the following sections
Scoops & Analysis – peHUB staff go behind the scenes of the latest news
News Briefs – stories posted on peHUB by date to help you get to what you want, faster
Vox Populi – An invited roster of guest contributors from across the private equity universe
Jobs - Industry job postings from our friends at Street of Walls
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In today’s competitive marketplace, PE firms, consultants and mezzanine providers are under unprecedented pressure to structure deals and develop exit strategies that meet or exceed investor expectations. To achieve this goal, you need the best array of corporate, market and deal information, together with tools to analyze everything from potential portfolio companies and industry sectors to public market comparables and syndicate partners.
Buyouts gives you the intelligence you need to raise money, to find deal opportunities, to secure loans to finance your deals and to benchmark your performance against rival firms. Delivered bi-monthly, every issue contains sources of fresh capital for your funds, sources of leveraged loans for your deals, analysis of deal opportunities and pricing and analysis of leverage lending trends and pricing. Buyouts delivers coverage of trends in the industry as quickly as they emerge.
Venture Capital Journal (VCJ) was born in 1961, the same year Arthur Rock established one of the first venture capital funds on the West Coast. Competitors have come and gone since then, but VCJ continues to be the preferred source for ‘smart money’ by identifying trends and understanding the VC market better than any other source available.
Thomson Reuters Deals Publishing Group, contains a portfolio of market-leading titles and online services offering coverage and commentary on the world’s private equity and venture capital marketplaces. Alongside its flagship Buyouts, Venture Capital Journal and peHUB news and data services, it publishes:
- Fund performance statistics (Investment Benchmark Report: Fund Performance)
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- Fund profiling data (Pratt’s Guide)
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peHUB aims to offer an array of news and opinion on important matters within the private equity industry. Due to the interactive nature of this site, we invite the community to participate in this dialogue in various ways: inviting industry professionals to post their views, offering a feedback mechanism on blog posts and posting a message board for peers to correspond with one another are just some examples. We take full responsibility for all content contained on the site, and pledge to regularly monitor community contributions to assure that they are relevant and non-libelous. We also ask our readers to help us maintain these high editorial standards. Should you find any material unsuitable, please contact the publisher at Jim.Beecher@thomsonreuters.com.