Global law firm White & Case LLP has advised Altitude Infrastructure THD on the financing of two fiber optic networks in the French Landes and Côte d’Or departments, via AMEL (Appels à Manifestation d’Engagements Locaux).
AMEL Landes plans to provide 105,000 additional Fiber To The Home (FTTH) accesses and AMEL Côte d'Or plans to provide an additional 57,000, which should be operational by the end of 2022.
Altitude Infrastructure is a fiber network developer which specializes in Public Initiative Networks in medium to low density areas, with nearly three million FTTH outlets in operation.
The White & Case team in Paris that advised on the transaction was led by partners Amaury de Feydeau and Jean-Luc Champy, and included partners Alexis Hojabr and Alexandre Ippolito and associates Paul Loisel, Ahmed Boulahcen, Quirec de Kersauson, Camille Fouqué, Alexandre Balat, Margaux de Lembeye, Sarah Kouchad and Claire Sardet.
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