Ganzi and Seiner on Andean Tower Partners’ acquisition of Torres Unidas

Transaction lights blue touch paper for consolidation in CALA towers

Read this article to learn:

  • Why the Torres Unidas-Andean Tower Partners deal makes sense?
  • What’s next in terms of portfolio and team integration?
  • What does it take to reach a successful exit?
  • Is consolidation going to be a key theme in the CALA region in 2018?

Just when we thought that the tower deal making for 2017 was over, Andean Tower Partners (ATP) announced the acquisition of Torres Unidas. The new entity will be the largest private tower company in the Andean region and will be led by former Torres Unidas’ CEO Daniel Seiner, while Estrella Zaharia, former President of ATP,…

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