34% of European towers to be owned by independent towercos by 2020

TowerXchange’s updated market forecast

Read this article to learn:

  • Who owns Europe’s 600,000 towers
  • A history of tower transactions across the region
  • The different types of tower owners in the market
  • The next tower deals expected in Europe
  • How European tower ownership will change by 2020

In the past five years, over 20 tower transactions of scale with a combined deal value of over €4bn have been completed in the European tower market. Add to this the creation of joint venture ‘infracos’ and carve out of operator-captive towercos yet to be monetised, and the ownership of towers across Europe has seen…

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