Macquarie-Led Group Gains $610 Million Stake in Bersama Digital Infrastructure
By Vincent Fabian Thomas
A consortium led by Macquarie Asset Management (MAM) has announced a US$610 million (Rp 8.85 trillion) investment to acquire a minority stake in Bersama Digital Infrastructure Asia Pte. Ltd. through Macquarie Asia-Pacific Infrastructure Fund 3.
Bersama Digital Infrastructure, which is controlled by Indonesian investment firms Provident Capital and publicly listed Saratoga Investama Sedaya, focuses on providing telecommunications towers, fiber optic and data centers in Southeast Asia.
Bersama Digital Infrastructure’s portfolio includes a 62.4 percent stake in publicly listed PT Tower Bersama Infrastructure, which had over 20,500 telecommunications towers and 39,000 tenancies as of 2021 and is valued at $6.5 billion.
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Source: The Jakarta Post (link opens in a new window)
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