Arlington Capital Partners

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Arlington Capital Partners
Type Private
Industry Private equity
Founded 1999
Founders Matt Altman, Jeffrey H. Freed, Michael Lustbader, Robert Knibb, Peter Manos, Raymond W. Smith, Perry Steiner, Paul Stern
Headquarters Washington, DC, U.S.
Products Leveraged buyout, Growth capital
Total assets Approximately $1.5 billion
Employees 20+

Arlington Capital Partners is a Washington, DC based private equity firm focusing on leveraged buyout and recapitalization investments in middle market companies. Since inception in 1999, the firm has raised approximately $1.5 billion in investor commitments across three private equity funds.[1]

Arlington Capital Partners focuses on industries including: government contracting, federal and commercial IT and engineering services, aerospace/defense, healthcare services, education & training, and business services & outsourcing. Investments include Advanced Health, AdVenture Interactive, Apogen Technologies, Cambridge Major Laboratories, Compusearch Software Solutions, Consolidated Precision Products, The Daily Racing Form, NLX Corporation, Novetta Solutions and Virgo Holdings.[2]


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