AlphaSense raises $650 mn in VC funding

AlphaSense, a leading market intelligence and search platform, has raised $650 million in funding, co-led by Viking Global Investors and BDT & MSD Partners.
Dollar spending on technologyNew investors include J.P. Morgan Growth Equity Partners, SoftBank Vision Fund 2, Blue Owl, Alkeon Capital. Existing investors participated during the VC funding round: Alphabet’s CapitalG and Goldman Sachs Alternatives. This raise brings AlphaSense’s valuation to $4 billion.

AlphaSense is set to acquire Tegus, a provider of expert research, unique private company content, and financial data and workflow tools.

Tegus has a library of expert research, which includes coverage of 35,000+ public and private companies across TMT, consumer goods, energy and life sciences sectors.

New York-based AlphaSense earlier announced a $100 million Series D investment led by Alphabet’s CapitalG, and close of a $150 million Series E funding round led by BOND.

The company’s clients include software firm SAP, U.S. industrial giant 3M and Alphabet’s Google.

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