Telesat Canada Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

In June 2007, the chief executive officer of headquartered in Ottawa, Ontario, was contemplating his strategy following a decision by Industry Canada to reject four out of six of its own applications for satellite slots.

His greatest concern was the decision to give the two of the most important licences for the Extended Ku band network - which the firm's largest clients, Bell Canada Inc. and Shaw Communications, were seeking  a subsidiary company of a non-Canadian business, owned by SES S.A,  Ciel Satellite Limited Partnership, which was., a global corporation based in Luxembourg.

The decision of the regulator had the potential destabilize its valuation in the midst of a sale process in addition to to severely limit Telesat's future revenues. The organization wanted a plan of action to propose a reconsideration of permits while additionally maintaining its working relationship with Industry Canada.

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PUBLICATION DATE: June 10, 2015 PRODUCT #: W14794-HCB-ENG

 

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