Helios Towers enters a new phase post-IPO

Why has Helios Towers gone public? And what does it mean for the future of African telecom towers?

Read this article to learn:

  • Details of Helios Towers IPO
  • Implications of the IPO for the African telecom tower market
  • Helios Towers appetite for further sale and leaseback
  • Organic growth opportunities in Africa
  • Revenue potential for adjacent telecoms sectors for Helios Towers

On Tuesday 15th October Helios Towers went public. Helios Towers is active in Ghana, Congo Brazzaville, the DRC, Tanzania and South Africa. After reviewing but not pursuing an IPO in 2018, Helios Towers took the plunge last week. The towerco went public with a market capitalisation of US$1.45bn against a Q2 2019 adjusted EBITDA of…

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