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Going public gives ‘more optionality’ for funding LEOS, Telesat CEO says

News | 11/24/2020 7:04 pm EST
Dan Goldberg, president and CEO of Telesat, speaks at the Canadian Aviation and Space Museum in Ottawa on July 24, 2019./ Photo by Andrew Meade.

A corporate restructuring that will see Telesat Holdings Inc. go public and have its shares listed on the Nasdaq Global Select Market will give Telesat access to much more funding from investors and lenders in the American stock market for bigger capital projects like its low-earth orbit satellite constellation, according to the company’s CEO. 

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