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McLean, Virginia – Booz Allen Hamilton Holding Corporation, a leading provider of management and technology consulting services to the U.S. government in the defense, intelligence and civil markets, announced today that it has filed a registration statement with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission relating to a proposed initial public offering of its Class A common stock. The offering is subject to applicable economic and capital market conditions. The company expects to use the net proceeds it receives from the proposed offering to pay down certain existing indebtedness.
McLean, Virginia – Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. (Booz Allen) announced today that it has completed the previously-announced separation of its U.S. government and global commercial businesses, as well as the sale of a majority stake in the U.S. government consulting business, which will retain the name Booz Allen Hamilton, to The Carlyle Group for $2.54 billion. The firm’s commercial and international businesses are now independent, operating as Booz & Company.
McLean, Virginia – Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. (“Booz Allen”) today announced that it will separate its US government and global commercial businesses, selling a majority stake in the US government business to The Carlyle Group for $2.54 billion. This strategic realignment will enable Booz Allen’s two businesses to refocus on their distinct end markets. Simultaneous with Carlyle’s investment, Booz Allen’s commercial business will form a stand-alone company, which will be owned and operated by the commercial officers.
Nolan Harte is a Vice President in the Corporate Private Equity (CPE) segment. He is based in Washington, DC.
As part of the One Carlyle Global Investment Resources team, Mr. Harte provides strategic and operational support to the CPE investment teams and portfolio companies. In his role he has led a variety of strategy, revenue growth and operational improvement initiatives at Carlyle portfolio companies. He is a member of the Board of Directors of Coalfire Systems.
Ian Fujiyama is a Managing Director with U.S. Buyout, focusing on buyouts and strategic minority investments in the Aerospace, Defense and Services sectors. Mr. Fujiyama is based in Washington, DC.
Peter J. Clare is a Managing Director, Co-Chief Investment Officer and Co-head of the U.S. Buyout group. He is based in Washington, D.C. and currently manages Carlyle's two largest active private equity funds: Carlyle Partners VI ($13.0 billion) and Carlyle Partners VII ($18.5 billion). He is a member of the Firm's Management Committee.
Rafael Filizola is an Operating Executive focused on South America buyout opportunities. He is based in São Paulo, Brazil.
Previously, Mr. Filizola worked for four years at Axxon Group, a local private equity fund, serving as an investment professional and board member at portfolio companies. From 2008 until 2009, Mr. Filizola served as Senior Associate at Booz Allen Hamilton. Prior to enrolling in Harvard’s M.B.A. program, he was COO of Filizola Industries until 2006, leading a successful operational turnaround.
Dayne Baird is a Managing Director with U.S. Buyout, focusing on buyouts, privatizations and strategic minority Investments throughout the United States in the aerospace, defense and government services sectors. He is based in Washington, DC.
Since joining Carlyle in 2003, Mr. Baird has been actively involved with Carlyle’s investments in ARINC Incorporated, Booz Allen Hamilton, Landmark Aviation, Novetta, and Wesco Aircraft Holdings.
Derek H. Whang is a Principal with U.S. Buyout, focusing on investments in the aerospace, defense and government services sectors. He is based in Washington, DC.
Since joining Carlyle in 2007, Mr. Whang has been actively involved with Carlyle’s investments in Booz Allen Hamilton, Dynamic Precision Group, RPK Capital Partners and Sequa Corporation.