Brookfield acquisition of Wireless Infrastructure Group creates new synergies

WIG receives a boost to its M&A potential and indoor networks business

Read this article to learn:

  • Details of the deal and why it presents such an attractive proposition for Brookfield, WIG and 3i
  • WIG’s history and Brookfield’s appetite for communications infrastructure
  • Upcoming European tower M&A activity the towerco is likely to focus on
  • Synergies created in WIG’s indoor networks business

On December 19, Wireless Infrastructure Group announced that Brookfield Infrastructure had reached a deal to acquire 3i Infrastructure’s shareholding in the company, becoming the towerco’s sole financial sponsor, in a £575mn transaction. With Brookfield Infrastructure one of the world’s largest infrastructure and real estate investors, the deal not only equips Wireless Infrastructure Group with large-scale…

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