Digital infrastructure investment firm D9 announces new share placing

Friday 14 January 2022 | 20:04 CET | News
Investment company Digital 9 Infrastructure (D9) is looking to raise around GBP 200 million (gross) from the placement of new ordinary shares at a price of 108 pence per share under an existing Placing Programme.

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Companies: Digital 9 Infrastructure
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