Infrastructure Investor | Financing the Digital Revolution
Originally published by Infrastructure Investor on September 1, 2022
Xenia Sarri, Managing Director in Lincoln’s Capital Advisory Group, gives a perspective on the key factors driving digital infrastructure expansion as well as the state of the lending in the industry.
Xenia Sarri, Managing Director in Lincoln’s Capital Advisory Group, shares some key drivers of digital infrastructure expansion with Infrastructure Investor.
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