Research Brief

Western European cable market calms down after private equity push in 2006

, published: July 2007
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After a large number of acquisitions and mergers in the Western European cable market during 2005 and 2006, the market has stabilised. Since September 2006, only EUR 1.5 billion has been spent by private equity investors and cable network operators on acquisitions in Western Europe, compared with EUR 13 billion during 2005 and 2006. The most activity among cable network operators is in Germany, where Orion Cable is trying to extend its reach by acquiring PrimaCom and Tele Columbus, and in Belgium, where the French-speaking cable companies have united under the VOO brand.


Research Type Overview
Published 23 Jul 2007
Pages 4
File Type PDF
Size 88kb
Geographic Scope    Western Europe
Editions Broadcast, Fixed, Internet
Topics M&A, buyouts & divestments, Cable

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