Could Inwit and Cellnex merge?

Site rationalisation and value creation could motivate the two towercos to join forces

Read this article to learn:

  • How much value could be generated by the combination of Inwit and Cellnex?
  • Potential ground rent savings through the decommissioning of overlapping sites
  • Modelling the potential structure of a newco merging the two towercos
  • Inwit’s CEO on the potential for a deal

In a recent analysis, RBC Capital Markets assessed the potential benefits of a consolidation between Cellnex and Inwit. Cellnex underwent an IPO earlier this year and is now is listed on the Madrid stock exchange with a market cap of around €3.5bn (at time of writing) while Inwit’s IPO is expected to commence over the…

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