Russian cable and pay TV service provider Akado has announced a series of management changes.
Current president Mikhail Silin is to leave his post, following which his leadership role will be split between Akado Capital director-general Denis Lobanov and deputy director-general Leonid Gushturov. Gushturov will continue as head of Comcor, the Moscow fibre-optic network operator over which Akados services run.
The Akado holding company includes the Moscow triple-play service provider, the Comcor network, and ISPs and cable networks in St Petersburg, Yekaterinburg and Minsk in Belarus.Â Â
The company said the intention was to simplify the management structure. There has been speculation that Akado could be sold to rival telco Syvazinvest or another buyer.
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