Digital 9 Infrastructure shareholders overwhelmingly back wind-down policy

99.89% of votes cast in favour

Valeria Martinez
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An overwhelming majority of Digital 9 Infrastructure (DGI9) shareholders have approved the investment objective of winding down the trust in a general meeting on Monday (25 March).

According to a stock exchange notice, the wind-down proposal was supported by 99.89% of votes cast, allowing the trust to use equity proceeds from the disposal of its wholly-owned assets to fully repay and cancel its revolving credit facility. The move follows the news that DGI9 had completed a £273.5m repayment and partial cancellation of its RCF after receiving the proceeds from its £450m sale of crown jewel Verne Global to private equity firm Ardian.  Digital 9 Infrastructure completes Verne Global sale for £450m The managed wind-down was announced on 29 January following the bo...

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