Vimpelcom tower transaction in Russia receives proposals from seven interested parties

An important step in the evolution of the Russian tower market

Read this article to learn:

  • Details of assets for sale in Vimpelcom’s Russian tower transaction
  • Who the prospective bidders in the sale & leaseback process are
  • What opportunities exist in the Russian market for co-location
  • Challenges and complications exit in the Russian tower market
  • Expected future tower carve outs and sales across Russia and the CIS

Vimpelcom’s sale and leaseback process in Russia could be nearing conclusion, with 10,400 of the country’s ~37,000 ground based towers coming to market. The transaction could be swelled by the inclusion of up to a further 19,000 rooftop sites – Russia has 80-95,000 sites including rooftops. While forex and trade sanctions may limit the appetite…

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