Arsenal Capital Partners expands team with new hire

New York-based private equity firm Arsenal Capital Partners has hired Grace Rhee Kim as a principal in investor relations. Previously, Kim worked at Providence Equity Partners where she was a principal of business development.


New York, July 22, 2014 – Arsenal Capital Partners, a leading New York-based private equity firm that invests in middle market specialty industrials and healthcare companies, announced the appointment of Grace Rhee Kim as a Principal in Investor Relations.

Ms. Kim was formerly a Principal of Business Development at Providence Equity Partners. Prior to Providence Equity, she was a Managing Director in the Private Funds Group at Forbes Private Capital Group. Ms. Kim also worked as a Managing Director for Guggenheim Partners and as a Portfolio Manager for JP Morgan’s Private Equity Group. Ms. Kim received her MBA from Columbia Business School and her BA in Economics from Columbia University.

Bill Farrell, Arsenal’s Head of Investor Relations, said, “Grace brings significant experience to Arsenal’s Investor Relations program, and will assist us in continuing to advance our ability to serve our investors. Arsenal and Grace have worked together for a number of years spanning her tenure at JP Morgan, Guggenheim Partners, and Forbes Private Capital. She is a good fit with Arsenal’s culture and has strong relationships with many of Arsenal’s existing investors.”

About Arsenal Capital Partners
Arsenal Capital Partners is a leading New York-based private equity firm that invests in middle market healthcare and specialty industrial companies. Arsenal makes investments in sectors where the firm has significant prior knowledge and experience. Arsenal targets businesses that have the potential for further value creation by working closely with management to accelerate growth and leverage the firm’s operational improvement capabilities.

Arsenal currently has $1.7 billion of committed equity capital. For additional information on Arsenal Capital Partners, please visit