Answered By: Barbara Coffey
Last Updated: Sep 24, 2019     Views: 29

A PIPE is an investment by a private investor in public equity at a below market negotiated price.  Often this is used as a way for the company to raise money more efficiently and cost effectively than going to the market with a secondary.

  • Thomson One Banker
    • Click on Screening & Analysis.
    • Click on Private Equity.
    • Click on PE Investments.
    • Under Investment Details go to Investment Stage.  Choose Other and Add PIPE to your selection.
    • Click on Search (at the top of the menu screen.)
    • Add additional criteria, if desired.
    • Select a report type (from menu near the top) and click on Generate report.

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