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SVB, BlackRock, Archer, Prologis, Peloton

📩 New Slides - 16 April 2024

Hello BetterPitch readers!

Here are the top 5 decks we found at BetterPitch this week.

Okay, now back to our top finds:

1. Silicon Valley Bank Risk Management

Silicon Valley Bank announced a $1.8B loss and the need to raise $2.25B for survival.

Two days later, customers scrambled to withdraw $42B before regulators stepped in. SVB banks nearly half of all venture backed companies.

This slide deck highlights:

  • Strategic action needed to survive

  • Updated outlook, post-bailout

  • Track record of managing market cycles

2. BlackRock Investor Day

BlackRock is the world’s largest asset manager at $9.1T.

Over 35M Americans have retirement assets managed by BlackRock. The firm credits their growth to Aladdin, their in-house investment analysis software.

This slide deck highlights:

  • Aladdin’s capabilities

  • BlackRock’s investment ecosystem

  • Future of investment technology

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3. Archer Aviation

Archer raised $1.1B at a $2.7B valuation.

Archer is developing an electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) aircraft called the "Midnight" that is designed to look and feel like something out of a Batman movie. The goal is to fly between city centers and airports… for now.

This slide deck highlights:

  • Key investment attributes

  • Business model

  • Capital structure

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4. Prologis Acquires Duke Realty

Prologis acquired Duke Realty for $25.6B.

The biggest real estate deal, ever. Yes, bigger than the Louisiana Purchase.

This slide deck highlights:

  • Transaction overview

  • Growth strategy

  • Strategic rationale

5. Peloton’s Decline

Peloton stock is down 88% all-time.

Peloton was once valued at $47B. In 2022, a major Peloton investor released a slide deck calling for change, this led to the resignation of the founder and CEO.

  • Why Peloton is an attractive business

  • The company’s mismanagement

  • Exit opportunities

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