We are a Mexican company supported by the winning multinational consortium of Red Compartida tender launched by the Mexican government in 2016. We have among our investors some of the leading worldwide infrastructure funds as well as top Mexican private, institutional and industrial partners. Therefore, we have the financial and technical resources, the management expertise and the group of talented professionals to accomplish Red Compartida’s commitment.
The best group
At Altán Redes we have joined forces with the best strategic and private financing partners to execute Red Compartida as a telecommunications solution that will increase Mexico’s quality of life:
Grupo Multitel, whose Chairman and CEO is Eugenio Galdón, is the Consortium’s strategic partner and contracted manager, contributing its technical expertise and experience in piloting projects like Red Compartida. Multitel’s projects include the roll-out of a cable network in Spain to create the first integrated quadruple-play telecom operator (fixed and mobile telephony, Internet and pay TV), which has been operating for almost 20 years under the ONO brand. Currently Galdón is the Executive Vice Chairman and chairs the Delegate Committee at ALTÁN Redes.
Grupo Multitel has spearheaded the creation of the ALTÁN Redes; while Joaquín Coronado, a Grupo Multitel partner with vast experience in the telecom sector in various countries, has, as Executive Director of Altán’s offer, prepared the offer leading a team of fifty professionals. As of today, he is ALTÁN Redes Executive Member of the Board.
The project’s largest investor is Marapendi Holding B.V., an indirect subsidiary of North Haven Infrastructure Partners II, an infrastructure fund with a value-add strategy to invest in OECD countries around the world, managed by Morgan Stanley Infrastructure. Morgan Stanley Infrastructure is the private infrastructure investment platform within Morgan Stanley Investment Management and among its various funds manages a total of $5.2 billion, with additional co-investment availability of up to $2.2 billion. Its participation is 33.38%.
Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec(CDPQ), one of North America’s largest pension fund managers, in partnership through a co-investment platform with CKD-IM, a vehicle which brings together Mexican institutional investors (including four of the largest Afores). This participation totals 12.68%.
FFLATAM-15-2, is the trust issuer of fiduciary certificates No. F / 2292, held in Banco lnvex, SA, a Multiple Banking Institution pertaining to lnvex Grupo Financiero, as Fiduciary, entered on July 24, 2015, with the ticker FFLA2CK-15. Its participation is 6.54%.
Also, Miguel S. Escobedo, a prestigious Mexican lawyer and initial supporter of Red Compartida, is participating in the project through Hansam, S.A. de C.V., holding 9.35% of the consortium.
Eugenio Galdón, Chairman of Multitel, will be investing in his own right through Isla Guadalupe Investments with a participation of 3.34%.
Bilateral and multilateral development institutions
The International Finance Corporation (IFC) is a member of the World Bank Group that finances private sector ventures. Its participation is 3.34%
The China Mexico Fund (CMF), with a participation of 23.36%, is a fund specifically created to invest in and finance infrastructure projects in Mexico. IFC Asset Management Company LLC (AMC) is owned by IFC and manages the CMF.
Local industrial partners
Telecom companies Axtel and Megacable also hold a stake in ALTÁN Redes through a series of non-voting shares and without involvement in management. Each have a participation of 4.01%.