Co-founder, Macmillan Keck
Richard Keck co-founded Macmillan Keck in 2009 and is currently based in New York City. With over 32 years of experience as a telecommunications lawyer, he has been involved with infrastructure sharing in the United States and Europe throughout his career and in developing countries for over 10 years. Richard understands the diverse perspectives of infrastructure sharing stakeholders, having represented incumbents, new entrants, wholesale operators and infrastructure providers, public utilities, tower companies, policymakers, regulators, trade associations and development banks. He has extensive experience negotiating and concluding infrastructure sharing transactions under regulatory mandate and on a voluntary basis. Richard has worked in over 75 countries and has been based in Atlanta, Brussels, London and New York. He earned a JD, cum laude, from Harvard Law School in Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1985, and a BA in Economics and BS in Mathematics from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia in 1982.
Topical Session 10: Open Access with the Pacific Island Countries
Tuesday, 23 January 2018