A total of 92 M&A transactions were announced in the defense technology and government services market in 2016, which was slightly below the 107 transactions completed in 2015, but in-line with 2013 and 2014 levels. M&A in 2016 witnessed a “normalization effect” after the flurry of activity that occurred in 2015. Contractors have started to […]
2017 M&A Outlook As we enter Fiscal Year 2017, expect to see similar trends emerge with public strategic buyers (Tier-1, Mid-Tier, Non-traditional) continuing to focus on their core capabilities, expanding their market share and/or adding new customers. We expect private equity to continue to invest capital in the federal sector after two years of strong […]
M&A transactions are major undertakings that can require a thorough due diligence process. But that’s only part of the story — once the deal closes there are a number of other considerations that CFOs and Controllers must wrestle with. In Part 1 of this two-part webinar series we explored pre-acquisition due diligence. Now, in Part […]
There continues to be positive momentum across the defense and government services market for publicly traded (e.g. Tier-1, Mid-Tier, Non-Traditional) and smaller, privately-held government contractors. Uncertainty around federal spending seems to be in the “rear-view mirror” and companies are witnessing clearer funding visibility on current and future programs. Furthermore, over the past 12 – 18 […]
Aronson Capital Partners Advises PROTEUS Technologies, LLC on its Sale to Polaris Alpha, a Newly Formed Portfolio Company of Arlington Capital Partners Aronson Capital Partners is honored to have served as the financial advisor to PROTEUS Technologies, LLC (“PROTEUS”) in its acquisition by Arlington Capital Partners, as part of a merger of EOIR Technologies and […]
Aronson Capital Partners partner Philip McMann has been featured in a Washington Technology article. Philip provides insight on the major acquisition of Vistronix Intelligence & Technology Solutions by Arctic Slope Regional Corp., an Alaska Native Corporation. You can read the full Washington Technology article here.