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13 February 2020

Satellite finance: Learning from launch failures

Telecoms and Communications
Despite an occasionally patchy record, satellite operators benefit from strong support from ECAs, high-yield investors and some banks, and data is driving ever-greater financing activity. Proximo talks market and launch risk with Berkeley Research Group's Michael Whalen and Portland Advisers' Nick Flitterman

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ADB's first satellite financing to expand internet access in APAC. DFIs step up in satellites

Iridium refinances 2010 ECA-backed facility with term loan B. The rise, fall, rise, fall and rise of the 90s-vintage operator


Michael Whalen, Berkeley Research Group

Nick Flitterman, Portland Advisers

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