Zayo is a provider of bandwidth infrastructure services and carrier-neutral colocation serving organizations in the U.S. and internationally. The company has publicly registered debt and privately-held equity. Our customers include wireline and wireless carriers, and high-bandwidth enterprises from disaster recovery, media content, educational, financial, government, healthcare, and other industries.
Founded in 2007, the firm is now headquartered in Boulder, Colorado (2013 & Earlier: Louisville, CO) and has offices across the United States and in London. We offer a full suite of products to serve our clients' needs, including dark fiber, lit transport and IP services, and carrier-neutral colocation and interconnection. Zayo's network connects over 11,740 buildings in 283 markets, with particularly strong connectivity in the United States and London.
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Fiscal 3rd Quarter - Ending March 31st, 2013
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Investor Relations Contact
Allyson Patterson, Investor Relations
1805 29th Street, Suite 2050
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Zayo has financial backing from eight experienced telecom and Internet investors. Together, these investors have over $50B in committed capital under management. Their commitments to Zayo Group provide the flexibility to extend and enhance its fiber network.
- Battery Ventures
- Centennial Ventures
- Charlesbank Capital Partners
- Columbia Capital
- MC Partners
- Morgan Stanley Alternative Investment Partners
- Oak Investment Partners
On July 2, 2012, Zayo Group completed the financing of $3.3 billion in equity and debt in conjunction with the close of its acquisition of AboveNet and the refinancing of all current Zayo and AboveNet debt. The funding consisted of $472 million in equity and $2.87 billion of new debt plus, a new $225 million revolving credit facility which remains undrawn. The debt includes a $1.62 billion term loan due in 2019, $750 million of 8.125% Senior Secured First-Priority Notes due in 2017, and $500 million of 10.125% Senior Unsecured Notes due in 2020.
Zayo has and will continue to uphold the highest levels of business ethics and personal integrity in all of its transactions. To this end, the Company has adopted the Director, Officer and Executive Code of Ethics. This Code of Ethics supplements, but does not replace, the guidelines and objectives included within Zayo’s Basic Employment Policies document, the Employee Handbook or any other code of conduct or ethics policy applicable to employees of Zayo. We will periodically update this Corporate Governance page as our procedures evolve.