Our
Shareholders

Our capital is 100% private

The largest investor in the project is Marapendi Holding B.V., an indirect subsidiary of North Haven Infrastructure Partners II, an infrastructure fund with a value-added strategy to invest in OECD countries, managed by Morgan Stanley Infrastructure.

Morgan Stanley Infrastructure is a private infrastructure investment platform part of Morgan Stanley Investment Management. Among its various funds, it manages a total of USD 5.2 billion including a co-investment capacity of up to USD 2.2 billion.

Morgan Stanley holds the Executive Vice Chairman position and chairs the Delegate Committee at Altán Redes

The International Finance Corporation (IFC),is an international financial institution that offers investment, advisory, and asset-management services to encourage private-sector development in developing countries. It is the private sector financing arm of the World Bank Group

The China-Mexico Fund (CMF) is a fixed private capital fund created to back structural reforms in Mexico through the use of risk capital. IFC Asset Management Company LLC (AMC), which forms part of the IFC, manages the CMF.

CKD IM and CDPQ have invested in infrastructural development in Mexico via their platform since 2015:

CKD Infraestructura México (CKD IM) groups together some of the biggest domestic institutional investors: Afore XXI Banorte, Afore Sura, Afore Banamex, PENSIONISSSTE and FONADIN. Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (CDPQ) is one of the largest global pension fund managers, managing CAD 298.5 billion in assets.

FFLATAM-15-2 (trust issuer of trust stock certificates with board code FFLA2CK 15) is an investment vehicle managed by Fondo de Fondos that aims to invest in the private capital sector of Mexico.

Controladora Veta Grande, S.A. de C.V., initial promoter of the Red Compartida project participates via Hansam, S.A. de C.V.

An investment vehicle controlled by Grupo Multitel.

Grupo Multitel spearheaded the ALTÁN Redes development process and was its strategic operator until December 2019. It brought to ALTÁN the technical expertise and project management capabilities. Multitel founded and developed ONO, a cable and fiber network in Spain that stood out for being the first telecommunication operator to have provided Quadruple Play services (wireless and fixed voice, internet, and paid television). With wide-range experience in telecommunications in various countries, Multitel headed the working group which prepared the International Public tender process bid that ultimately was awarded to the Altán consortium.

Leading Mexican cable companies MEGACABLE and AXTEL participate in ALTÁN’s capital via a series of special assets without voting rights nor influence over management.

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