Monday, 14 June 2021

Is KKR looking to flip FiberCop?

by Harry Baldock, Total Telecom
Wednesday 02 December 20

According to reports, KKR is currently in talks with Infinity Investments, a subsidiary of Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA), for the sale of 30% of its FiberCop equity

Back in August, KKR successfully purchased 37.5% of TIM’s newly created FiberCop for €1.8 billion. Now, just a few months later, reports suggest that KKR is looking to offload up to 30% of their new holding to Infinity Investments, a subsidiary of ADIA.   If the deal goes ahead…

Back in August, KKR successfully purchased 37.5% of TIM’s newly created FiberCop for €1.8 billion. Now, just a few months later, reports suggest that KKR is looking to offload up to 30% of their new holding to Infinity Investments, a subsidiary of ADIA.   If the deal goes ahead…

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