|Bid||23.06 x 800|
|Ask||23.09 x 1200|
|Day's Range||23.02 - 23.91|
|52 Week Range||14.81 - 37.70|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.12|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Oct 28, 2019 - Nov 1, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||28.13|
Headline should read: Intelsat’s Chief Financial Officer to Present at Deutsche Bank’s 27th Annual Leveraged Finance Conference September 24, 2019 (instead of Intelsat’s Chief Fina
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Intelsat, S.A. (NYSE:I) today announced that General Ellen M. Pawlikowski, United States Air Force (Retired) and Jacqueline D. Reses have been appointed as independent members of the company’s board of directors, effective immediately. “We are delighted to welcome Ellen and Jackie, two widely recognized and respected leaders, to Intelsat’s Board,” said David McGlade, Chairman of the Board, Intelsat. “Their breadth of experience in the government, media and telecommunications sectors will prove instrumental as Intelsat develops its next-generation network and introduces new services to the marketplace.
Intelsat S.A. (NYSE:I), the world’s leading provider of satellite services and leader in integrated satellite communications, announced today that Intelsat’s Chief Executive officer, Stephen Spengler, will present at Goldman Sachs’ 28th Annual Communacopia Conference in New York, New York on Wednesday, 18 September 2019 at 8:50 a.m. EDT. A live webcast of the presentation will be accessible on Intelsat’s Investor Relations page, located at http://investors.intelsat.com. Intelsat S.A. (NYSE:I) operates the world’s first Globalized Network, delivering high-quality, cost-effective video and broadband services anywhere in the world.
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Intelsat S.A. (NYSE:I) (“Intelsat”), operator of the world’s first Globalized Network and leader in integrated satellite communications, and Africa Mobile Networks (AMN), an integrator of mobile network infrastructure, today announced that a milestone in bringing mobile connectivity to unserved communities in sub-Saharan Africa has been reached. Building upon a partnership announced in the fall of 2018, in less than a year, approximately 525 remote cell sites have been connected, with the goal of expanding mobile coverage to other parts of the region by the end of 2019. “As both a global corporation and a global citizen, Intelsat is committed to investing in accelerating the adoption of mobile connectivity in sub-Saharan Africa — and throughout the world — and closing the digital divide,” said Jean-Philippe Gillet, Intelsat vice president and general manager, networks.
Per the deal with Stratosat Datacom , Intelsat S.A. (I) will provide high-speed broadband services for seamless Internet and Virtual Private Networking connectivity across the region.
Intelsat S.A. announced today an agreement with Stratosat Datacom that provides for the delivery of high-speed broadband services to sites across Central Africa by integrating managed connectivity from Intelsat’s high throughput global network with valued-added engineering and management services from Stratosat.
Intelsat S.A. announced today the successful launch of Intelsat 39, which will provide video distribution and connectivity services for mobile network operators, enterprises, governmental entities, as well as aeronautical and maritime service providers operating in Africa, Asia, Europe and the Middle East.
(Bloomberg Opinion) -- A giant of U.S. private equity is taking a stake in a smaller European rival. It’s easy to see what’s in the deal for London-based BC Partners; for Blackstone Group LP, the investment logic requires more imagination.BC, which has $27 billion under management, was carved out of Barings Bank following the lender’s collapse in 1995. The firm made its name by shunning technology companies before the dot com bubble burst and focusing instead on unloved industries – a strategy that helped the funds it raised in 1997 and 2000 to make an impressive 24% internal rate of return.In recent years, though, performance has been deteriorating. Returns from its 2011 vehicle – which is still to be fully liquidated – are in the third quartile of funds for which Bloomberg has performance figures. The latest fund, which is still investing, is down 11% so far.BC has suffered from some troubled investments: British real estate agents Foxtons, satellite group Intelsat SA, U.K. retailer Phones4U and U.S. retailer PetSmart Inc. In private equity, you can have one dud – but a handful gets noticed.In 2017, Raymond Svider tried to revamp BC’s management structure, installing himself as sole head. That overhaul will take time to feed into improved investment returns. And the stubborn fact of life is that past performance is a key driver of fundraising success: The firm took 18 months to raise its most recent 7 billion-euro ($7.8 billion) fund.For BC, raising the next fund is going to be challenging at a time when the industry as a whole seems to be awash with cash.Enter Blackstone. It may invest about 500 million euros in BC for a 10% to 15% stake, according to Bloomberg News.The benefits to BC are plain to see. Above all, it gets an important vote of confidence from an industry leader. This is an ingenious way to get a halo. The financial proceeds can be used to bolster its core private equity business and expand its newer real-estate and credit operations. Blackstone may be able to advise BC on precisely what kind of firm it should be, in particular whether it should narrow its focus from the seven industries it currently targets.For Blackstone? It invests in alternative asset managers as an asset class in their own right through its Strategic Capital Group, so this isn’t a new departure. It probably has more money than opportunities. There is some logic to investing in familiar territory.What's more, there's a hint of opportunism here. The worst may already be behind BC. It has scored some decent exits lately, with the sale of financial data provider Acuris and animal health unit Antelliq. And it's not often that the chance comes along to take a meaningful stake in a firm like this.Europe’s private equity shops, still closely-held partnerships, are typically smaller than their U.S. peers, something that is making it increasingly difficult for them to compete in a world where buyouts are getting ever bigger. Don’t expect BC to be the last in the region to seek an ally.To contact the author of this story: Chris Hughes at firstname.lastname@example.orgTo contact the editor responsible for this story: Edward Evans at email@example.comThis column does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the editorial board or Bloomberg LP and its owners.Chris Hughes is a Bloomberg Opinion columnist covering deals. He previously worked for Reuters Breakingviews, as well as the Financial Times and the Independent newspaper.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com/opinion©2019 Bloomberg L.P.
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