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PitchBook Appoints Brett Kaluza as Managing Director of its European Headquarters

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PitchBook Appoints Brett Kaluza as Managing Director of its European Headquarters

CEO Insights Team

PitchBook, the premier data provider for the private and public equity markets announced its appointment of Brett Kaluza as Managing Director of its European Headquarters in London. In his new role, Kaluza will oversee business operations of PitchBook’s London office, in addition to maintaining his core responsibilities as Vice President of Customer Success. The investment in PitchBook’s European headquarters underscores PitchBook’s commitment to delivering on global expansion initiatives across its data, product and global operations.

“PitchBook has long served international markets, delivering unique and differentiated insights on the evolving capital markets, while also providing impeccable client service,” says John Gabbert, Founder & CEO, PitchBook. “The appointment of Brett and our continued investment in growing our European operations will allow us to further accelerate our innovation roadmap and add even more differentiated datasets that meet the needs of our clients,” he adds.

Brett joined PitchBook in 2011 as a Research Associate before transitioning to the Customer Success team, where he held multiple management titles. In August 2017, he was appointed Vice President of Customer

What makes PitchBook great is our ability to go above and beyond for our clients. We’re only successful if our customers are - and that drives everything we do



Success, responsible for managing PitchBook’s growing customer success team (200+), which provides world-class support to its nearly 40,000 users. As Managing Director of PitchBook London, Brett will now oversee the growth of PitchBook’s London operations, which will involve informing PitchBook’s data and product roadmap in the market, expanding its workforce and adding regional clients. Under his leadership, PitchBook will bolster its coverage of European company valuations, financing rounds, investors, funds and returns and fund commitments. The efforts to enhance data coverage in Europe will be further supported by PitchBook’s growing European workforce, which is expected to increase by 50 percent by the end of 2020. PitchBook’s new office, Saffron House, will accommodate the company’s growth over the next several years.

“What makes PitchBook great is our ability to go above and beyond for our clients. We’re only successful if our customers are - and that drives everything we do,” states Brett Kaluza, Managing Director, PitchBook London. “As a financial data provider, we’re uniquely positioned to provide comprehensive and differentiated datasets that no one else can offer. Expanding our presence globally will be imperative as we realize this vision. I’m looking forward to growing our European headquarters and offering unmatched data and insights on the global financial markets,” he adds.

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