PE News | Debt funds seek ways to fund the adoption of technology

Sep 2021

Originally published by Private Equity News on September 20, 2021. 

Xenia Sarri, Managing Director in Lincoln’s Debt Advisory Group, discuss with PE News on how Covid has created a spike in recurring revenue financings for European software companies as many debt funds seek ways to fund the adoption of technology.

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  • Xenia Sarri, Managing Director in Lincoln's Debt Advisory Group, discuss with PE News on how debt funds seek ways to fund the adoption of technology.

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