IPOs on the horizon for Africa’s towercos

What timelines and valuations could be expected?

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  • Read this article to learn:
  • The background on Africa’s three privately listed towercos gearing up for a listing
  • Why all three towercos have decided to list in H1 2018
  • Key developments in each of their IPO processes
  • What the likely listing destinations will be, and what kind of valuations could be achieved
  • Whether an acquisition by a third party still represents a viable alternative exit for investors

Africa’s three largest privately owned towercos, Eaton Towers, Helios Towers and IHS Towers, have commenced proceedings for a public listing, with each targeting the first half of 2018 for their IPOs. With tower stocks on the rise, TowerXchange examine the details starting to emerge around their IPO processes and examine potential listing destinations, time frames…

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