GI Partners To Push Digital Infrastrucure

Welcome to the Frederic Michel-Verdier blog. GI Partners, a private investment firm based in San Francisco, California has raised over $17 billion in capital from leading institutional investors around the world to invest in private equity, real estate, and data infrastructure strategies. The private equity team invests primarily in companies in the Healthcare, IT Infrastructure, Services, and Software sectors. The real estate team invests across a broad range of platforms and strategies. The data infrastructure team invests primarily in hard asset infrastructure businesses underpinning the digital economy. GI has also made key appointments to lead the new effort to it. A month earlier, GI hired Steve Smith, the former chief executive officer of data center company Equinix Inc. Check out Frederic Michel- Verdier website to read more about the flow of private capital into infrastructure projects around the world.

About Frederic 

Frederic Michel-Verdier has over 25+ years of experience in large scale Equity Investments and Asset Management of Global Infrastructure assets and financial services. Read more about Frederic Michel- Verdier here. Connect with him on the Frederic Michel-Verdier Crunchbase page.  You can also watch the Frederic Michel-Verdier video below

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Welcome to the Frederic Michel-Verdier blog. Frederic Michel-Verdier is a Funds veteran specializing in infrastructure equity investments and asset management. Learn more about Frederic Michel-Verdier on the links below

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