WSJ expands its pro service to private equity and venture capital
The Wall Street Journal Pro franchise has expanded its offerings with websites covering private equity and venture capital, and it plans to launch a site covering bankruptcy news this summer.
WSJ Pro first launched in September 2015 with a service covering central banks and has since added one covering financial regulation. An additional three services are planned by the end of 2016.
The membership service delivers proprietary news, analysis, data and alerts. Members can also attend events featuring leading figures from the industry interviewed by Journal journalists and where they can network with peers.
“We’re giving private equity and venture capital professionals access to new information and tools to use in their daily work, even while on the move,” said Nick Elliott, managing editor of WSJ Pro Private Equity and WSJ Pro Venture Capital, in a statement. “When you add this to the reporting prowess of The Wall Street Journal, it’s a powerful new package.”
Individual memberships cost $1,500 a year. Corporate memberships are available.