AGL Local Summit, Sept. 27, in Kansas City will feature an armchair conversation between Clayton Funk, MVP Capital, and Tony Sabatino, SABRE Industries, discussing what 5G could mean in terms of how spectrum will be utilized, how network capacity will be impacted by things like connected cars, and what will be the role of data centers in a 5G world. And how will it impact tower multiples?
Clayton is an investment banking firm serving companies in the communications, technology, media and renewable energy sectors with a comprehensive array of services, including merger and acquisition advisory, debt and equity financing, and restructuring advisory.
Clayton leads MVP Capital’s shared wireless infrastructure efforts focusing on towers, DAS and small cells and has been with the company since 2004. With client relationships in the tower industry dating back to 1997, Clayton has personally closed over 160 deals including mergers and acquisitions, sale-leasebacks and private debt and equity capital placements totaling in excess of $2 billion of value.
Anthony is in charge of strategy & planning, acquisition & deployment, and vulnerability assessment and mitigation. Over the past five years at Sabre, he assisted in acquiring several services and product companies that have resulted in doubling the telecom business now over $30M. His key roles included establishing and driving technical vision, defining architecture, mergers and acquisitions and deployment of applications. He built and managed technical teams to ensure deliverables are met and infrastructure is maintained. He created collaborative relationships across internal department.