Intrepid Advisory Partners: How Daniel Lee became the rainmaker for African tower transactions

The ‘go to guy’ of African towers introduces his Intrepid new venture

Read this article to learn:

  • How the independent towerco business model had to be adapted for Africa
  • The prospects for new market entrants, and for consolidation, in African towers
  • What it will take for infrastructure funds to become interested in African towers
  • Comparing the execution risk inherent in African tower investments with alternative infrastructure investments

Daniel Lee recently left Citi to form Intrepid Advisory Partners – an independent advisory firm focused on the tower industry. At Citi, Daniel oversaw the firm’s tower activities across EMEA and led the sale of the vast majority of tower transactions in Africa to date, advising mobile operators such as MTN, Millicom and Cell C,…

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