Digital Realty Appoints Sadler SVP of Public and Private Investor Relations

In his new role, Sadler will be responsible for leading and further developing Digital Realty’s investor relations program. Beginning in mid-April, Sadler will report directly to Digital Realty President and CFO Andrew P. Power.

“We are delighted to welcome Jordan to the Digital Realty team. Jordan is one of the most experienced and highly regarded research analysts in the data center industry and has covered Digital Realty since 2006,” said A. William Stein, Managing Director. at Digital Realty.

“Over the past two decades, he has built deep relationships and provided invaluable insights to the analyst and investment community, and we are confident that his strong reputation and broad expertise will help ensure a solid understanding of the continued growth of our global platform.”

Sadler comes to the role with extensive experience in the investment community, replacing John Stewart, who took on the role of managing director of Digital Core Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT).

Prior to his appointment, Sadler worked for KeyBanc Capital Markets, where he built and ran one of Wall Street’s REIT research franchises. He most recently served as Managing Director of Equity Research Analyst at KeyBanc, overseeing a team that covered over 65 stocks across all real estate sub-sectors, including Digital Realty and other REITs. of data centers.

Prior to joining KeyBanc, Sadler worked as a senior member of Citigroup’s real estate research team and was previously part of the leveraged finance team at Natexis Banques Populaires. He began his career as a partner in the corporate banking group of Fleet Financial Group.

“Digital Realty is an industry leader at the forefront of data center innovation. Over the past few years, Digital Realty has enhanced and expanded its global platform, broadening its appeal to investors around the world,” said Sadler.

“I am delighted to have the opportunity to work closely with the company and its global public shareholder base while collaborating with its growing group of private equity partners.”

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