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Broadband Breakfast Live Online on Wednesday, June 10, 2020 – The Experience of Infrastructure Investment Funds

Broadband Breakfast Staff



Broadband Breakfast Live Online on Wednesday, June 10, 2020, 12 Noon ET - "The Experience of Infrastructure Investment Funds (Topic 2 at Digital Infrastructure Investment on August 10)."

For the most up-to-date information about the event, visit our Digital Infrastructure Investment page.

This pathbreaking event brings the broadband infrastructure and financial services communities together to focus on the digital infrastructure and investment asset profile, including fiber, small cells, towers and data center assets required to support a 21st Century information economy.

The annual Digital Infrastructure Investment conference will unite infrastructure investment fund managers, institutional investors, private equity and venture capitalists with senior broadband leaders and bring clarity to the next business model for advanced digital infrastructure.

Digital Infrastructure Investment will take place on August 10, 2020, from 1 p.m. ET to 7 p.m. ET.

Register for free for the virtual Digital Infrastructure Investment.

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This Broadband Breakfast Live Online session on June 10, 2020, previewed one aspect of the contents of the Digital Infrastructure Investment event. The conference takes place on Monday, August 10. In this preview session, our panelists considered:

Infrastructure financing is available for broadband. Will it dwindle or accelerate with the coronavirus pandemic? What is the experience of institutional investors?

In this session, investment fund managers — and successful projects deploying such investment — will talk about the investors, the benchmarks, and the financial returns on digital infrastructure investment.

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  • Greg Mesch, Founder and CEO of CityFibre
  • Matteo Andreoletti, Head of Infrastructure Equity, Europe and North America, Smart City Infrastructure Fund
  • Chris Perlitz, Managing Director, Municipal Capital Markets Group, Inc.
  • Jase Wilson, Founder and Vice President of Growth at
  • Drew Clark (Moderator), Editor and Publisher, Broadband Breakfast

Greg Mesch founded CityFibre in January 2011 and as its CEO has since raised over £1.6bn in capital, completed five acquisitions and established full fibre infrastructure projects in more than 50 towns and cities across the UK. In 2018 CityFibre was taken private by a group led by Goldman Sachs and Antin for £538m and has subsequently announced an up to £4bn investment program to establish the UK’s third national digital infrastructure platform reaching up to 8 million premises. In 2019, Greg was awarded the Charles Kao Award from the Fibre To The Home Council, recognizing his huge contribution to the rollout of full fibre infrastructure across Europe.

Matteo Andreoletti is a Division Director responsible for direct equity investments in Europe and North America for Whitehelm Capital, a specialized infrastructure investment manager with over €3 billion of assets under management. With 15 years’ experience of investing in the infrastructure market, Matteo has structured and executed investments throughout various markets and economic cycles in energy & utilities, transport and telecom infrastructure. He currently co-leads Whitehelm’s efforts on smart city backbone infrastructure in partnership with one of the largest pension funds in Europe.

Chris Perlitz serves as an investment banker with experience integrating technology and finance to innovate in the public and private sectors. He continues to work to achieve optimal terms for issuers leveraging the Federal lending programs, Capital Market securitizations and private placements. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Colorado at Boulder and actively works with non-profits in the Denver area.

Jase Wilson is the Founder and VP of Growth for, which helps local ISPs grow, operate and finance network upgrades, to ensure rural Americans can access network-dependent remote services like telehealth. Jase’s early education was concentrated on applied mathematics and engineering, and then as an undergraduate he immersed himself in the study of urban planning and design. At MIT, Jase continued his deep focus on cities and technology at the Department of Urban Studies and Planning (DUSP). He previously founded civic technology firm Luminopolis and fintech startup Neighborly.

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