Emerging market towers come of age

Increasing comfort with the towerco business model and pipeline of opportunities attracts a deeper pool of investors

Read this article to learn:

  • A deeper pool of investors are being attracted to emerging market towers
  • Why investors are feeling more comfortable with this asset class: performance, pipeline and diversification of risk
  • Implications for local investors
  • The need for debt finance

As emerging market towercos are getting bigger, as tenancy ratios are growing, as the pipeline of future opportunities is becoming more visible and those opportunities are getting bigger, so the pool of interested investors is swelled by bigger companies able to write bigger cheques. If you’ll forgive my gross over-simplification, there’s an important point here;…

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