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An early exit in data centres

With data centres blurring the lines between infra and real estate, sister publication PERE writes how one Bethesda, Maryland-based private equity real estate firm's 2005 data centre investment evolved from a pure real estate play into something more akin to an operating company.

India’s tower play

What opportunities could a country with more than 1 billion mobile subscribers offer infrastructure investors?

The US data-centre market is consolidating

Infrastructure and real estate investors are teaming up as a wave of capital washes over the sector, fuelled by a booming digital economy.

Antin and Goldman in £538m deal to take UK broadband group private

The bid for CityFibre comes four years after an IPO raised £16.5m, with the pair believing the company ‘better suited’ to private ownership.

Amber’s UK fibre fund in maiden deal with Railpen

The pair have committed a total of €28.5m to Community Fibre, which received initial backing from Railpen a year ago.

Europe’s once-in-a-generation fibre opportunity

As major European markets struggle to meet full-fibre expectations, we find out what infrastructure investors are doing to help bridge the gap.

Digital Colony buys Finnish telecoms firm from First State

The joint venture between Colony NorthStar and Digital Bridge is expected to close its debut digital infrastructure fund by 30 June above its $3bn target.

Berenberg targets German fibre market with debt fund launch

The fund has a target size of €100m and is eyeing returns in the ‘mid-single digit’ range.

Senior infra director resigns from PSP Investments – exclusive

Steven Sonnenstein – who has closed more than $1.4bn in equity commitments – is leaving the Canadian pension on Friday after nearly six years.

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