UNB Libraries's access
PitchBook is a private equity and venture capital database covering a wide range of companies, as well as startups. It can be used for competitor research to help identify companies that offer similar products or services. Researchers can also track entire private equity (PE) and venture capital (VC) lifecycles from fund initiation to company exits, private mergers and acquisitions (MA) transactions, and the limited partners, fund managers, advisors, and other key players involved. Researchers can save custom searches and set up email alerts to come daily, weekly, or monthly.
Following the 'Connect to Pitchbook' button below, each user must create a personal account using their valid @unb.ca email address. Accounts will expire each year at the end of August (saved lists will be available upon re-registration).
Single Sign-On (SSO) instructions:
- Users the 'Connect to Pitchbook' button
- On the Pitchbook SSO login screen enter your UNB email address
- Arrive at UNB sign-in (browsers logged into UNB account (i.e. email, etc.) will bypass this step)
- Select or skip the account detail suggestions
Restrictions on Use
Our licensing agreement with PitchBook limits access to current students, faculty and staff of the University of New Brunswick. As such, database login via our UNB Libraries proxy server is required.
Information is for individual, non-commercial, educational and research purposes only. Access to PitchBook is for students and faculty, and includes access to all of the content to view, search, and query.
In addition, you can:
- Download PDF documents/reports
- Save custom searches and set up email alerts to come daily, weekly, or monthly
- Download charts, tables, searches* to Excel *Note: for searches, you can only download 10 lines of data/ day and up to 25 lines each month
- Download charts, tables, searches to excel
- Download individual profiles to excel, pdf, or word
Students & Faculty
Download inquires can be sent to:
Saint John Campus
Phil Taber, Librarian for Business, Humanities & Languages at UNB Libraries