Towers in Italy: seven key scenarios
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Towers in Italy: seven key scenarios


In Europe’s most dynamic tower market there are many moving parts and very few certainties

The Italian market has always been at the forefront of towerco activity in the European market, and that trend looks set to continue into 2019. In the last few years we have seen one of the first European sale and leasebacks of scale, the sale of 7,377 Wind towers to Cellnex in 2015, and one of Europe’s most successful MNO tower carve outs, INWIT, successfully floated on the Milan Stock Exchange in 2015 – a feat few towercos have managed since. Over the last 12 months, deals, new market entrants and announcements have again had a huge impact on the market, in this article TowerXchange reviews the market developments which will have the biggest impact on the Italian tower landscape in 2019. 


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