Vodafone Group PLC PT Lowered to GBP1.20 at Barclays 2022/09/16 08:33:09 Investing.com
KKR, GIP pursue stake in Vodafone’s $13 billion towers arm 2022/09/16 01:49:01 Moneycontrol
Swedish investment firm EQT AB has also been exploring a potential investment in Frankfurt-listed Vantage Towers AG, the people said, asking not to be identified discussing confidential information. Vodafone has invited suitors to participate in an auction process, according to the people.
Private Equity Firms Are Flocking To Vodafone''s Tower Unit, Valued In The Billions 2022/09/15 16:10:08 Benzinga
Private equity firms like KKR & Co Inc (NYSE: KKR ) and Global Infrastructure Partners competed for a stake in Vodafone Group Plc''s (NASDAQ: VOD ) wireless towers unit, Bloomberg reports . Swedish investment firm EQT AB also explored a potential investment in Frankfurt-listed Vantage Towers AG (OTC: VTAGY ) which is worth €13.4 billion ($13.4 billion) at present. Vodafone has invited suitors to participate in … Full story available on Benzinga.com
KKR, GIP Are Said To Pursue Vodafone’s (NYSE: VOD) $13 Billion Towers Arm - Bloomberg 2022/09/15 11:10:02 Investing.com
Mobile Money Global Market Report 2022 2022/09/14 15:44:00 GlobeNewswire
Major players in the mobile money market are Vodafone, Google, Orange, Fidelity National Information Services, Paypal, Mastercard, Fiserv, Airtel, Alipay, MTN, PAYTM, Samsung, VISA, Tencent, Global Payments, Square, Amazon, Apple, Western Union Holdings, Comviva, T- Mobile, Obopay, FTS, Peerbits, Panamax, and Alepo. Major players in the mobile money market are Vodafone, Google, Orange, Fidelity National Information Services, Paypal, Mastercard, Fiserv, Airtel, Alipay, MTN, PAYTM, Samsung, VISA, Tencent, Global Payments, Square, Amazon, Apple, Western Union Holdings, Comviva, T- Mobile, Obopay, FTS, Peerbits, Panamax, and Alepo.
Vodafone Group PLC PT Lowered to GBP1.10 at Societe Generale 2022/08/09 08:22:12 Investing.com
Airtel, Reliance Jio and Vodafone, this Ookla survey may be good news for you 2022/08/08 18:22:53 The Times of India
The recent active participation of the three telecom majors -- Airtel, Reliance Jio and Vodafone -- may be in sync with the enthusiasm of mobile users in India about the technology.
Different answers from every shop leaves Vodafone customer at wits’ end 2022/08/08 10:09:56 The Irish Times
Pricewatch: ‘On this occasion the customer experience fell short of our expectations,’ company says
Telecom industry needs tariff hikes at regular intervals: Vodafone Idea 2022/08/07 12:40:43 Livemint
VIL recently said that another tariff hike is possible before the end of 2022 as it looks for a margin boost to improve its liquidity
Vodafone: Are dividends enough to attract more investors? 2022/08/06 11:11:06 TipRanks
The telecom industry has battled with slow growth over the last few years and telephone giant Vodafone (GB:VOD) is no exception - but there are good signs around the company. But the company is now seeing sustained growth and its commercial drive seems to be coming back. Overall, telecom stocks are defensive, and the business will not be impacted negatively by current inflationary pressures. Vodafone stock has managed to stay in the green with around a 6% return, year to date, but it has failed to rise above 140p in the last three years and is down by 4% over that period.
No challenge to 5G rollout without 700 MHz band: Vodafone Idea 2022/08/05 12:07:23 Economic Times India
It believes the telco’s 3.3 GHz holdings in its priority circles are good enough to provide a quality 5G experience for several years, analysts, who participated in the telco’s June quarter earnings call Thursday, said. “Vi has limited clarity on Jio’s strategy of acquiring 700MHz…it believes this spectrum does not provide additional 5G capacity, and that its 50 units of 3.3GHz spectrum in each of (priority) circles is good enough to provide a great 5G experience for several years,” BofA Securities said in note.
Christopher Gent fined £80,000 by FCA for disclosing inside information 2022/08/05 11:05:04 The Guardian
UK regulator rules that businessman breached fiduciary duties by sharing ConvaTec information Sir Christopher Gent, the former chief executive of Vodafone and ex-chair of GlaxoSmithKline, has been fined £80,000 by the UK financial watchdog for disclosing inside information to shareholders while chair of the medical-devices maker ConvaTec. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has fined Gent, one of the most prominent figures in British business, after ruling that he shared information relating to a revision of the financial performance of ConvaTec and plans for the retirement of its chief executive to senior individuals at two of the London-listed company’s biggest shareholders. Continue reading…
FCA slaps £80,000 fine on City superstar Sir Christopher Gent 2022/08/05 10:59:44 Evening Standard
Watchdog finds the former Vodafone CEO disclosed inside information when chair of ConvaTec
Disclosure of inside information: Shock fine for Christopher Gent as FCA rules former Vodafone CEO ‘failed to apply his mind’ 2022/08/05 10:29:58 City AM
City watchdog the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) said this morning it has slapped a fine on City insider Sir Christopher Gent of £80,000 for unlawfully disclosing inside information. While a non-executive Chairman of ConvaTec Group, “Sir Christopher disclosed inside information to individuals in senior positions at two of ConvaTec’s major shareholders before this information had […] The post Disclosure of inside information: Shock fine for Christopher Gent as FCA rules former Vodafone CEO ‘failed to apply his mind’ appeared first on CityAM .