The appetite of an Italian broadcast towerco for telecom towers and tenancies

Rai Way’s take on the changing dynamics for a broadcast company in the Italian telecoms sector

Read this article to learn:

  • Rai Way’s history, future strategy and attitudes to outsourcing
  • Why their potential acquisition by EI Towers fell through and whether consolidation could still be on the cards
  • Why Rai Way’s appetite for M&A of telecom towers (including Inwit’s) has changed since their IPO
  • Where Rai Way forecast growth for a broadcast towerco in the Italian market

Rai Way, with 2,300 towers, is responsible for around 45% of Italy’s broadcast tower market. A failed take over by competitor EI Towers in 2015 coupled with speculation surrounding their interest in the acquisition of the Inwit portfolio thrust the company into the limelight in 2015. In this interview, Rai Way’s Head of Investor Relations,…

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