Blackstone closes MB Aerospace buy

By Luisa Beltran — 2 months ago

Blackstone has closed its buy of MB Aerospace. Arlington Capital Partners is the seller. MB Aerospace is a Tier I engine component maker and repair business. Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP advised Blackstone.


Arlington Capital buys Ontario Systems

By Iris Dorbian — 5 months ago

Arlington Capital Partners has acquired Ontario Systems, a provider of revenue cycle management and accounts receivable management solutions for the healthcare and outsourced accounts receivable management sectors. No financial terms were disclosed.


Arlington Capital to sell Novetta to Carlyle

By Iris Dorbian — 6 months ago

The Carlyle Group has agreed to acquire McLean, Virginia-based Novetta, a provider of advanced analytics solutions, from Arlington Capital Partners. No financial terms were disclosed. Morgan Stanley & Co LLC and Houlihan Lokey provided financial advice to Novetta and Arlington Capital Partners on the transaction while Jefferies was financial advisor to Carlyle.


Arlington Capital buys Avalign from RoundTable

By Luisa Beltran — 7 months ago

Arlington Capital Partners said Wednesday it acquired Avalign Technologies from RoundTable Healthcare Partners. Financial terms weren’t announced. Lake Forest, Illinois-based Avalign makes implants and instruments, specialty instrumentation, cutting tools, and cases and trays to the orthopedic medical device and specialty surgical markets.


ABRY buys Compusearch Software

By Luisa Beltran — 9 months ago

Arlington Capital Partners and JMI Equity have sold their stakes in Compusearch Software Systems Inc. to ABRY Partners. Financial terms weren’t announced. SunTrust provided senior financing. Dulles, Virginia-based Compusearch provides acquisition and program management software to Federal agencies, DoD program offices, and government contractors.


Arlington Capital buys Zemax unit from Evergreen Pacific-backed Radiant Zemax

By Iris Dorbian — 1 year ago

Radiant Zemax, a provider of test, measurement and design solutions for the optics, illumination and display sectors, has sold its Zemax unit to Arlington Capital Partners. No financial terms were disclosed. As a result of the transaction, the Radiant division will continue to be backed by Evergreen Pacific Partners. Stifel served as financial advisor to Radiant Zemax and Evergreen Pacific Partners in the sale.


Arlington Capital Partners acquires MB Aerospace

By Angela Sormani — 2 years ago

Arlington Capital Partners has acquired MB Aerospace in partnership with the company’s management team. Headquartered in Motherwell, United Kingdom, MB Aerospace is a global provider of hengineered components for the commercial and military aero-engine and industrial gas turbine markets.


Arlington Capital Buys MB Aerospace

By Luisa Beltran — 3 years ago

Arlington Capital Partners has acquired MB Aerospace Holdings. Financial terms were not announced. Management also invested. U.K.-based MB Aerospace provides highly engineered components for the commercial and military aero-engine and industrial gas turbine markets.


Arlington Capital Partners Sells CMI

By Angela Sormani — 3 years ago

Arlington Capital Partners has sold its portfolio company Chandler/May to global defense firm Lockheed Martin. Headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama, Chandler/May is a provider of mission critical systems to the Unmanned Aerial Systems industry primarily through the production of ground control stations, unmanned aerial vehicles, and mission control software.


Arlington Capital Partners’ PlattForm Acquires Websites from Guider Media

By Angela Sormani — 4 years ago

PlattForm, an Internet marketing and enrollment solutions provider for the postsecondary education industry and a division of Ad Venture Interactive, has acquired numerous website properties from Guider Media, an online inquiry generation company based in Stockholm, Sweden. Washington, D.C. based Arlington Capital Partners is an investor in Ad Venture Interactive. PRESS RELEASE PlattForm, a leading […]


PE-backed Iron Data Adds Thomas Sechler as C.E.O.

4 years ago

Iron Data, a private equity-backed provider of IT software and services, has named Thomas Sechler as chief executive. Iron Data is a portfolio company of Arlington Capital Partners. Sechler previously ran the homeland and civilian solutions business area for BAE Systems. Earlier, he served as a senior vice president at DigitalNet. Iron Data is based in Washington.


Warburg Recaps Consolidated Precisions

By PEHub Administrator — 4 years ago

Consolidated Precisions Corp., the California-based company that makes products for commercial aerospace and defense markets, will be recapitalized by PE firm Warburg Pincus. Arlington Capital Partners, the Washington DC-based private equity firm, is CPP’s current sponsor. Terms of the transaction were not publicized.


Arlington Capital’s Advanced Health Media Adds Former Backoffice CFO

By PEHub Administrator — 4 years ago

Arlington Capital Partners, the Washington, D.C., based private equity firm, will see Scott Kantor join Advanced Health Media, its portfolio company based in New Jersey, as CFO. Most recently, Kantor served as Senior Vice President and CFO of BackOffice Associates, LLC, a leading provider of data migration and data governance solutions to global companies implementing or running SAP.


Arlington Capital’s Third Fund Comes Up 45% Short

By Luisa Beltran — 4 years ago

Arlington Capital Partners picked a terrible time to raise its third fund, and it ended up falling well short of its goal.

The Chevy Chase, Md.-based PE firm revealed yesterday in an SEC filing that its third fund came in at $415.5 million. The total is about 45% less than what Arlington was seeking and smaller than its second fund, which raised $575 million in April 2006. Credit Suisse acted as placement agent for Fund III (UBS worked on Fund II).

Arlington, a middle market PE firm, is known for investing in aerospace/defense and federal and commercial IT


Burgess Named CEO of Advanced Health

By Luisa Beltran — 5 years ago

Advanced Health Media, which is backed by Arlington Capital Partners, has named James Burgess as its new CEO. The change is effective immediately, the company said. Burgess replaces Jeff Brady who has served as AHM’s Chief Executive Officer since March 2010.