Private Equity Growth Capital Council

The Private Equity Growth Capital Council (PEGCC), formerly the Private Equity Council (PEC), is a lobbying, advocacy, and research organization based in Washington, D.C. It was launched by a consortium of private equity firms in February 2007, and focuses on defending and promoting the private equity and growth capital investment industry, to lawmakers and the public at large. Its members include some of the largest private equity firms globally.

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