July 20, 2017
W.G. Nielsen & Co. advises Oklahoma Western Telephone Company in refinancing its $12.5 Million debt to Rural Telephone Finance Cooperative.
Posted 07/20/2017 Denver, CO
W.G. Nielsen & Co., a leading investment banking firm headquartered in Denver, announced today that it acted as financial advisor to Oklahoma Western Telephone Company in refinancing its $12.5 Million debt to Rural Telephone Finance Cooperative.
About Oklahoma Western Telephone Company
Oklahoma Western Telephone Company was founded in 1932. It has grown over the years and expanded to provide cellular telephones, cable television, long distance service, and Internet service to Latimer, Leflore, and Pushmataha counties. Today, Oklahoma Western Telephone Company is owned by Hilliary Acquisition Corporation whose principals own Medicine Park Telephone Company, also located in Oklahoma.
About Rural Telephone Finance Cooperative
Rural Telephone Finance Cooperative is a member-owned, not-for-profit cooperative created solely to serve the financial needs of the rural telecommunications industry. Created in 1987 to provide financing for rural telephone companies and cooperatives and their affiliates, RTFC is the only private-sector lender owned and governed by the rural telecom industry.
About W.G. Nielsen & Co.
W.G. Nielsen & Co. is one of the Rocky Mountain region’s premier FINRA-registered investment banking firms, specializing in mergers and acquisitions and innovative capital solutions. Founded in 1996, Denver-based W.G. Nielsen & Co. is the oldest independently owned investment banking firm in the region. The firm differentiates itself with a staff of senior investment bankers who have broad experience and important relationships in their areas of expertise. The firm’s bankers have collectively closed hundreds of transactions throughout the United States and internationally.