DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/3shbwc/can_structural) has announced the addition of the "Can Structural Separation via Spin-Offs Help Europe Achieve its Broadband Ambitions?" report to their offering.
With the advent of a new European Commission under the (likely) Presidency of Jean-Claude Juncker, Digital Europe will rank even higher on the political agenda if we believe the statements on his website.
There is a risk, however, that the new Commission may continue on the ineffective path of the previous one by promoting the emergence of pan-continental telecoms networks. In this new report, we examine an alternative route to a Digital Europe.
We look at structural separation from a capital markets perspective and come to very interesting conclusions for policymakers, activist shareholders and supervisory board members of European incumbents.
Our analysis of three case studies suggests that structural separation via spin-offs should be on the political and, more importantly, on the corporate agenda, as it may be better suited to align various stakeholder interests if it is done properly.
Key Topics Covered:
II. How can a spin-off add value?
III. What is a spin-off anyway?
IV. Beware the reference scenario
V. How to mastermind a spin-off transaction
VI. Averting trouble in a post spin-off world
VII. Conclusions & Recommendations
- Telecom Italia
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