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Dealogic Ltd
Private Company
Industry Financial Services, Technology
Founded 1983 (1983)
Headquarters London, United Kingdom
Number of locations
9 offices
Key people
Randall Winn (Chairman), Thomas A. Fleming (CEO), Krish Venkataraman (CFO)
Owner The Carlyle Group (majority), and co-investors
Number of employees

Dealogic is a financial markets platform offering integrated content, analytics, and technology via a service to financial firms. From origination to distribution and investors, the Dealogic platform provides a connection across banking, capital markets, sales and trading, and institutional investing.[1] The company has offices located in London, New York, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Budapest, Sydney, Mumbai, São Paulo, and Beijing.[2]


Dealogic was founded in 1983 in the United Kingdom by Simon Hessell, Peter Ogden, and Philip Hulme. The current chief executive, Tom Fleming, came to Dealogic in 1991 when it acquired the assets of U.S. capital markets communications business Graphic Scanning Corp.[3]

In 2009, the company acquired the investor profiles products of Ilios Partners LLC.

In 2013, the company acquired Junction RDS, the leader in ownership analysis of UK listed companies.[4]

In 2014, global alternative asset manager The Carlyle Group, and co-investors Euromoney Institutional Investor and Randall Winn acquired Dealogic.[5]

In 2015, Dealogic acquired A2 Access, the market leader in corporate access aggregation.[6]


Dealogic content is used by global financial publications for analysis of investment banking trends, activity, and wallet share.[7] The company provides information to a number media companies, most notably The Wall Street Journal Investment Banking Scorecard, an interactive and real-time scorecard of the world's financial markets.[8]