Towercos under competing tension

Nick Elverston and Amanda Hale of international law firm Ashurst on the future of towercos

Read this article to learn:

  • Ashurst’s background and history in towers
  • How European tower ownership will change in the future
  • How towercos will respond to conflicting pressures to change their model
  • Opportunities for towercos in adjacent assets
  • How changes in towerco models will affect investment in the vertical

With experience of advising and guiding the evolution of the current tower landscape across Asia, Africa and Europe, Nick Elverston and Amanda Hale have been involved in some of the biggest tower deals to date. TowerXchange picked their brains about the challenges and opportunities facing towercos, MNOs and infrastructure owners today, and how investment into…

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