Sale and leaseback in Europe

As SLB accelerates in Europe, we look at the drivers and models which make it work

Read this article to learn:

  • How the European market has helped and hindered SLB activity
  • Key drivers for SLB in Europe
  • Stakeholders and buy-in for SLB within MNOs
  • The impact of standards and regulation on SLB
  • Potential ways for SLB to grow into active sharing

The sale and leaseback of telecoms towers first began in the USA 23 years ago, but has only really found momentum in Europe since 2012. We investigate why there’s been such a disparity in market development, what the motivations are for a European MNO to sell and lease back their towers, what operational benefits can…

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