How to Build a Pitchbook
One of the most frequent complaints we hear from investors is that fund managers’ pitch books fail to do their job.
They’re poorly structured, lack key information, and convey no clear differentiation.
We developed this guide based on hundreds of conversations with institutional LPs, and feedback from leading investors.
It’s yours for free.
Bad decks inhibit LP commitments
Poor presentations aren’t only a problem besetting first-time fund managers.
In fact, many LPs lament that this is the case for outfits marketing their second, third, and fourth vehicles.
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The Insider’s Guide
Elevate your game
Portico developed the Insider’s Guide to Raising a Fund: The Art of the Pitchbook to help fund managers create an institutional-quality presentation.
We’ve reviewed countless pitchbooks and worked with numerous managers to build them — be they first-time funds or follow-on.
Allocators from leading development finance institutions, endowments, funds-of-funds, pension funds, and sovereign wealth funds reviewed our 20-page guide to ensure that it contains the key content they seek in a pitchbook.
What you’ll learn
Save yourself countless hours — of time you don’t have — working on PowerPoint slides that fail your fundraising efforts.
We developed this guidebook to empower you with the knowledge you need to develop a competent pitchbook.
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One last thing
Once you’ve developed your pitchbook, consider reaching out to us before you begin your marketing efforts.
We provide detailed pitchbook reviews that clients report as being “invaluable” to their fundraising success.
Our in-depth pitchbook reviews include:
We price this service so that it is affordable for everyone — even founders of first-time funds raising less than $50 million (some of whom we’ve helped succeed).
With more than 7,500 funds in the market — and the average fundraising timetable extending by 12-24 months — can you afford not to accelerate your time to close?
Contact us to learn more.