A guide to tower transaction due diligence

Analysys Mason have conducted due diligence on 25-30 tower deals

Read this article to learn:

  • What is included in the financial, legal, technical and commercial due diligence work underpinning tower transactions
  • What is evaluated in a technical due diligence review: the structure and capacity of towers; maintenance and energy opex; monitoring systems and fuel theft; and uptime
  • How Analysys Mason assesses potential demand in a market to forecast tenancy ratios, BTS opportunities and lease rates
  • The value of small rooftop installations and other sites with limited upside potential
  • Mitigating against exchange rate and inflation risk through hedging and indexation

Marco Cordoni is a Partner with Analysys Mason and the Head of the London office. Marco has been advising on strategic, operational and corporate finance matters within TMT for more than 16 years. Since joining Analysys Mason in 2006, Marco has supported numerous M&A and debt financing transactions on behalf of TMT players, investment banks…

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