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Joseph Ladusans

Senior Associate

CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
Cannon Place
78 Cannon Street
United Kingdom
Languages English, Spanish

Joe Ladusans is a Senior Associate in the Corporate Transactions team.

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  • 2013 – LPC, University of Law, London.
  • 2011 – GDL, BPP Law School, Manchester.
  • 2010 – BA (Hons), European Social and Political Studies, UCL, London.
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The Rise of Tower­Cos, Fibre­Cos and Net­Cos
One of the biggest trends in the last 12-18 months has been the di­vest­ment of pass­ive as­sets by mo­bile net­work op­er­at­ors (MNOs). While it ex­is­ted pre­vi­ously, this is now an ac­cel­er­at­ing world­wide phe­nomen­on. One cru­cial com­pon­ent is the will­ing­ness of MNOs to dis­pose of their in­fra­struc­ture in­to a newly cre­ated com­pany (some­times on a joint ven­ture basis), which op­er­ates either on a cap­tive basis or as a neut­ral host net­work opened to oth­er op­er­at­ors. The deals are of­ten backed by a whole­sale deal between the new in­fraco and the di­vest­ing op­er­at­or. There are demon­strated be­ne­fits for tel­cos opt­ing to hive off tower­cos and fibre­cos:re­lease cap­it­al­mon­et­ise as­set port­fo­li­osre­duce costs of cap­it­alre­duce capex­op­tim­ise and di­ver­si­fy sources of fin­an­cing for in­fra­struc­ture de­ploy­mentsin­crease ef­fi­cien­cies­And for in­vestors:at­tract­ive long-term op­por­tun­it­ieslow-risk po­s­i­tion­spre­dict­able re­turns and rev­en­ues