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Using the PitchBook Platform, you can create a better list for targeting financial buyers by identifying firms with dry powder and funds with dry powder set to expire soon. Not only can the Platform show you in-depth fund data, but it also provides information on buyer's investment and acquisition histories.
The PitchBook Platform can help you to find lenders and banks with experience in your desired target industry. Through the Platform, you can develop a list of relevant lenders along with their deal activity, and you can find full profiles on these service providers, making it easy for you to locate companies who can help expand your portfolio.
Building a robust set of public comparables for valuation purposes is an important activity. PitchBook's database of public company data provides the opportunity to create lists of public companies, with in-depth profile information, along with the ability to compare historical filings on performance over time.
Find out how to use PitchBook to analyze fund performance, create custom benchmarks and see the details by individual fund's returns. PitchBook's comprehensive and transparent fund performance data and analysis tools can provide you with more insightful information for competitive analysis, better marketing and data for more detailed LP communications.
Business Development is one of the most common ways the PitchBook Platform is used. By creating networking and marketing lists through PitchBook, professional services or advisory firms who are looking to grow their private equity and venture capital practices, can easily identify the right firms to target and professionals to build relationships with.