The Australian investment group Macquarie is planning to sell the Czech national transmission company Ceske Radiokomunikace (CRa).
TDC CEO Pernille Erenbjerg is to leave the Danish telco in the wake of the company’s takeover by Macquarie.
Danish operator TDC said a consortium of pensions companies PFA, PKA, ATP, and Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets, has decided to launch an improved take-over offer for it for an all-cash consideration of DKK 50.25 per share.
Shares in TDC climbed by 20 per cent in early trading after it emerged the Danish telco had become the subject of a takeover bid.
Macquarie European Infrastructure Fund 4 (MEIF4) is to buy a 100% stake in the Slovak incumbent telco Towercom from Hampden Investments for an undisclosed fee.
Australian pension fund manager Macquarie is to auction off its 25% stake in the transmission company for an anticipated £600 million.
The Czech Republic’s national transmission company Ceske Radiokomunikace (CRa) has been sold by Falcon Group to the Australian investment company Macquarie.
Macquarie International Infrastructure Fund Limited is to sell its 8.7% interest in Arqiva. The proceeds will net the Singapore-based fund S$240.1 million (£115 million).