Putting more pep in your PPM

The Private Placement Memorandum (PPM) remains a core document in most alternative assets fundraisings. It is usually considered a ‘reliance document’, contains required risk factors and disclaimers, and will normally form part of the pack of ‘legal docs’ for a closing. Beyond this, LPs still find a PPM useful when putting together their own investment…

10 tips for the perfect DDQ

The Due Diligence Questionnaire (DDQ) is a key item in the suite of due diligence materials that most, if not all, private markets fund managers will need to prepare when raising a fund. No longer a “nice to have”, the DDQ has evolved into an often-lengthy document that addresses all aspects of the new fund…

Fund manager websites: six top tips

In the age of the internet, no investment management firm can expect to get very far without its own website. The website is a virtual storefront: a place to build brand identity, communicate with clients and market to them, all rolled into one. But it also exposes the fund manager to significant legal risks. Here…

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