Forums  > Software  > privately equity / venture capital holdings data  
     
Page 1 of 1
Display using:  

Bayerisch


Total Posts: 2
Joined: May 2021
 
Posted: 2021-05-11 20:18
I want to use historical PE / VC fund holdings data to estimate capital flows (per economic sector, per US / EU state) and maybe explain equity and options prices. I've already been using US economic and quarterly financials to model equity prices with decent results leading me to suspect that PE / VC fund data may help improve these models.

Does anyone have experience with the quality and depth of history of PE / VC fund holdings provided by services like S&P Global Market Intelligence, PitchBook, CrunchBase, PrivCo and Refinitiv?

Its Grisha


Total Posts: 92
Joined: Nov 2019
 
Posted: 2021-05-12 05:51
I know of a team using PitchBook for some VC holdings data for the purposes of risk modelling. Their main complaint was the price tag, data quality is good enough from what I've heard.

I've also used S&P Ownership data to calculate flows, it's solid for public equities if you can tolerate +/- 1 day inaccurate timestamps. Can't speak to private company holdings for that dataset.

The way to deal with these vendors is to give them a call and get a free trial. They will do it most of the time, sometimes even for months if you convince them you are serious about using the data in production eventually.

"Nothing is more dangerous to the adventurous spirit within a man than a secure future."

contango_and_cash


Total Posts: 141
Joined: Sep 2015
 
Posted: 2021-05-22 12:58
afaik dealbook is reasonable.

try giving cambridge associates a call.
Previous Thread :: Next Thread 
Page 1 of 1