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Abstract

This is an abridged version. Set in 2012, the case centers on Antin IP, a young private equity firm targeting brownfield infrastructure assets in Europe, and its acquisition of over 2,000 cell towers from French telecommunications company Bouygues Telecom. The case epilogue reviews the transaction which occurred in early 2013, the value creation initiatives implemented during Antin's ownership of the business (2013-2016) and its eventual sale in 2017.

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Abstract

This is an abridged version. Set in 2012, the case centers on Antin IP, a young private equity firm targeting brownfield infrastructure assets in Europe, and its acquisition of over 2,000 cell towers from French telecommunications company Bouygues Telecom. The case epilogue reviews the transaction which occurred in early 2013, the value creation initiatives implemented during Antin's ownership of the business (2013-2016) and its eventual sale in 2017.

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