Infra investors line up for stake in Virgin Media O2’s new NetCo


Q1 FY24: Liberty Global CEO Mike Fries says Boston Consultancy Group and Deloitte hired for financial and project planning, as investors appear interested in fibre spin-out plans. Despite confidence in fibre growth opportunity, VM O2’s fixed customer base declined in an overall uneasy quarter for the operator…

This article includes:

  • Organisations: Allianz; Boston Consulting Group; Caisse de dépôt et placement du Quebec (CDPQ); Crédit Agricole Assurances; Deloitte; InfraVia Capital Partners; KKR; Liberty Global; nexfibre; Unsere Grüne Glasfaser; Vauban Infrastructure Partners; Virgin Media O2 (VM O2).
  • Geographic: Europe; UK.
  • People: Mike Fries; Lutz Schüler.
  • Themes: Broadband; Fibre (FTTP); Financial and performance; Financial planning; Fixed networks; Infrastructure; Infrastructure investors; NetCo/ServCo splits; Results.

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