Arqiva IPO cancelled

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  • What the cancellation of the IPO means for Arqiva
  • What this means for the future of European towercos

UK infrastructure giant Arqiva, owned by a consortium including the Australian investment bank Macquarie and the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board, has most recently cancelled their decision to IPO, following the announcement on 23rd October that they planned a flotation on the London Stock Exchange. Complications surrounding Arqiva’s £3bn debt pile were thought to have…

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