Helios Towers Africa’s 2016 performance and 2017 investment plans

Revenue generation, portfolio growth and spending plans for Africa’s third largest towerco

Read this article to learn:

  • Growth in tower counts, tenancies and revenue across Helios’ portfolio in 2016
  • The breakdown of Helios’ 2016 capital and operational expenditure
  • Developments in Helios’ Operational Excellence Program, Green Power System investment and build to suit activities
  • Details of the towerco’s $600mn bond issuance
  • Risks to which Helios is exposed

Helios Towers Africa are the third largest towerco on the African continent, owning a portfolio of 6,447 towers across four countries and generating revenues of $282.5mn in FY16. Having recently released their 2016 annual report, TowerXchange take a deep dive into the company’s performance in 2016 and examine what is on the agenda for the…

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