Telecom Italia SpA Chief Executive Officer Amos Genish expects to return Italy’s former phone monopoly to investment-grade credit status next year, potentially opening up a cheaper source of financing and wider pool of investors. Genish plans to demonstrate progress in 2018 on Telecom Italia’s goal of lowering debt to 2.7 times its earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization, from 3.1 times currently, he said in an interview at Bloomberg’s London office.
“The first step is to study the matter, what we are talking about when we speak about a spinoff and which is the best path to address government concerns,” Genish said. Telecom Italia wants to control the asset and is trying to understand what regulatory benefits it would gain from a spin-out, he said.
The battle for control of Abertis will likely be decided in the first quarter of next year. A 16.3 billion-euro ($19.4 billion) offer by Rome-based Atlantia was halted to give Spanish authorities time to review a rival proposal from Perez’s ACS Actividades de Construccion y Servicios SA. Regulators took several months to review, ultimately approving the Italian bid in October. Atlantia’s interest in Abertis was first reported in April by Bloomberg.
@vespamayer Credo già lo facciano, caro Francesco. Ma ci vorrebbe più educazione finanziaria. Volete buttarci dentro qualche euro? Siete disposti eventualmente a perderli tutti? Allora ok. Asset class stra stra stra rischiosa che tuttavia dovrà essere regolamentata e resa più trasparente
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