9 April 2021
Helios Towers plc
Arrangements relating to the post-Annual General Meeting Investor Call
In the 2021 Notice of Annual General Meeting of the Company (the "AGM") posted to shareholders on 15 March 2021, the Company announced it would be holding its AGM as a closed meeting in light of the COVID-19 situation. Only two employees of the Company (who are also shareholders or proxies for shareholders) will attend the AGM in person. This represents the minimum number of persons legally required to form a quorate meeting.
In order to provide an opportunity for shareholders to raise questions of the Board, the Company is arranging for an investor call with the Board to be held following the AGM at 10.30 BST on 15 April 2021. Dial in details for the investor call are:
Europe & International
+44 20 3936 2999
South Africa (local)
087 550 8441
1 646 664 1960
The results of the AGM will be published via Regulatory News Service as soon as possible after the meeting and published on our website https://www.heliostowers.com/investors/annual-general-meeting/.
The Company's Investor Relations team remain available to shareholders for any questions related to the AGM or the Company more generally.
Chris Baker-Sams - Corporate Finance Manager
+44 (0)752 310 1475
Edward Bridges / Stephanie Ellis
FTI Consulting LLP
+44 (0)20 3727 1000
About Helios Towers
· Helios Towers is a leading independent telecommunications infrastructure company in Africa, having established one of the continent's most extensive tower portfolios with over 7,300 towers across five countries. It builds, owns and operates telecom passive infrastructure, providing services to mobile network operators.
· Helios Towers owns and operates telecommunication tower sites across Africa in Tanzania, Democratic Republic of Congo ('DRC'), Congo Brazzaville, Ghana, South Africa and are due to establish a presence in Senegal in H1 2021.
· Helios Towers pioneered the model in Africa of buying towers that were held by single operators and providing services utilising the tower infrastructure to the seller and other operators. This allows wireless operators to outsource non-core tower-related activities, enabling them to focus their capital and managerial resources on providing higher quality services more cost-effectively.