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January 11, 2018 No Comments Author: Andy Jones

Saving Searches & Creating Alerts

Save your searches on www.PrivateEquityInfo.com to stay abreast of changes in the marketplace and to find new entrants into sectors you are tracking. This is especially useful if you are just starting the marketing phase of your deal. Watch the quick video below to see how this works.

 

Any new results added to the database that match your search filter will be flagged for you. If you turn on the Alerts feature, we’ll send you an email notification (on Friday) to alert you of new search results. If there’s nothing new, no email is sent.

June 16, 2017 No Comments Author: Andy Jones

Creating Alerts

If you haven’t yet set up Alerts on our platform, you might find this to be a great tool to stay up-to-date on the most recent, relevant changes within your target industries. Alerts notify you any time a change is made to our database that matches your search criteria. For example, Alerts might include:

  • Alert me of portfolio companies that contain the word “logistics”.
  • Alert me of any new PE firms in Texas.
  • Alert me of new investment banks with an industry focus on “oil and gas”.

How it works…

April 27, 2017 No Comments Author: Andy Jones

Save Searches & Alerts – New Feature

We recently added list building, a tool to more efficiently import contacts into your CRM. We are now excited to announce two more features designed to help you keep your lists updated.

Save Searches – easily recall favorite filtered searches with new results highlighted.

Create Alerts – receive weekly email notifications when new investments, firms or executives match your saved searches.

March 03, 2017 No Comments Author: Andy Jones

List Building Tool – New Feature

The research process just got easier. Target the right executives and quickly build a downloadable list.

One of the great things about this feature is that within the list, we also capture the search filters that you performed to arrive at a particular person. This gives you a nice reminder of exactly why you saved a person to a particular list.

March 01, 2010 No Comments Author: Andy Jones

New Data Module – Public Companies

www.PrivateEquityInfo.com has launched a new data module of Public Companies.

The new public company data module allows subscribers to keyword search the business profiles of the largest 4,000 publicly traded companies on the NYSE, NASDAQ and AMEX exchanges.

The key benefit of the keyword search is the ability to quickly find those firms that present a match for a very targeted search term. Why search by SIC, NAICS or other industry codes when you can search on exactly the terms that interest you?

June 03, 2009 No Comments Author: Andy Jones

New Data Module – Senior Lenders

Private Equity Info.com announces the launch of its new data module of U.S. senior lenders.

Subscribers can now search and filter 4,700 senior lender by location, loan types & purposes and number of office locations.

Senior lenders are typically commercial banks or other institutional lending firms that provide senior debt to corporations for a variety of purposes. Key to performing powerful searches, our search engines allow users to sort lenders by the most prevalent lending purposes including:

  • Accounts Receivable Financing
  • Commercial Real Estate Loans
  • Growth Financing
  • Equipment Financing
  • M&A Financing
  • Project Financing
  • Small Business Administration (SBA) Financing
  • Working Capital Financing

In addition to the senior lender firms, Private Equity Info provides an excellent, comprehensive database of merger & acquisition transaction-related firms such as private equity firms, hedge funds, mezzanine investors, small business investment companies, valuation service providers, investment banks and institutional real estate investors.

February 17, 2009 No Comments Author: Andy Jones

Real Estate Investors – Financial Securities

A real estate investment firm is categorized as having an investment interest in “financial securities” if the firm makes equity and/or debt investments in financial securities backed by real estate assets. Common examples of this would be collateralized debt obligations and mortgage-backed securities.

www.PrivateEquityInfo.com tracks institutional real estate investors, primarily in the United States, by location and specific investment focus.