Analysis of IHS’s sale and leaseback of 2,136 towers from Etisalat Nigeria

TowerXchange's analysis of the IHS success story - transforming from a regional BTS and managed services player into a continental market leader

Read this article to learn:

  • The details of IHS’s deal to acquire 2,136 towers from Etisalat Nigeria
  • The pipeline of future tower transactions in Nigeria; who are the buyers and sellers
  • IHS’s amazing growth trajectory, and what they might buy next
  • Are the premiums IHS is paying justifiable?

Another day another deal in African towers – they’re coming thick and fast, and the pipeline of future transactions is still bulging. Today is the turn of Etisalat Nigeria, who transferred 2,136 towers to IHS Africa under a sale and leaseback deal, marking the first of several imminent major tower deals in Africa’s #1 telecoms…

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