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An exclusive service of The Deal, PrivateRaise is the leading business development tool providing the most comprehensive PIPE and small-cap equity data reporting available.

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PrivateRaise Advantages

PrivateRaise makes it easy to research and monitor transactions and associated entities. It is the leading source for comprehensive data and analysis of private investments in public equity (PIPEs), special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs) and shelf registrations.

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Get access to more than 15,000 in-depth placement profiles of PIPEs, 144As and SPAC transactions. Research deal structures, compare terms and create optimal pricing for transactions.

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Target investors active in deals, including contact information, deal history and preferences. Set up alerts so you never miss an update.

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Screen for PIPE candidates in need of capital based on cash flow, balance sheet and income statement criteria. Export data for use in reports and presentations.

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