Why commercial due diligence is an essential aspect of a towers transaction for both towercos and MNOs

How EY tests the commercial viability of top line projections for buyers and sellers alike

Read this article to learn:

  • Why a robust commercial evaluation is both challenging and necessary to a towers transaction
  • Key commercial considerations for buyers and sellers, including forecasting tenancy ratios, operating margins and build costs
  • The role of commercial due diligence in towers transactions
  • The benefits of robust due diligence for buyers, sellers and for attracting investment

By Oliver Wolf, Partner, Strategy, TMT, EY. At EY, we continue to be at the forefront of transactions in the tower market. We provide our clients the full range of advisory services to ensure a successful transaction from lead M&A advice to commercial, financial and tax due diligence and tax structuring. EY has advised on…

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