Raghunath Mandava prepares for MasterCard arrival as Airtel Money shareholder

Raghunath Mandava prepares for MasterCard arrival as Airtel Money shareholder

Our sources tell us that the operator Airtel Africa, present in 14 countries and listed on both the Nigeria and the London Stock Exchanges, has launched a due diligence process with Mastercard ahead of welcoming the payment company into the capital of the entity that controls all Airtel Money subsidiaries. 

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            ▪ Raghunath Mandava prepares for MasterCard arrival as Airtel Money shareholder

▪ Our sources tell us that the operator Airtel Africa, present in 14 countries and listed on both the Nigeria and the London Stock Exchanges, has launched a due diligence process with Mastercard ahead of welcoming the payment company into the capital of the entity that controls all Airtel Money subsidiaries. 

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24/11/2020 at 16h59, by Jeune Afrique Business+, updated 25/11/2020

For the occasion, the Bharti Airtel M&A team in India, led by Amit Anchal, was called in to support local staff.

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