DC Capital Partners Acquires Janus; Thomas Campbell, Matt Kaye Comment

Janus Global Operations, the world’s largest commercial munitions remediation company announced Monday that it has been acquired by an affiliate of DC Capital Partners Management, LP (“DC Capital”), a private equity investment firm based in Alexandria, VA.

Thomas J. Campbell, Founder and Managing Partner of DC Capital and the newly-inducted Chairman of Janus stated Janus possesses all of the characteristics we seek in our investments. They are extremely well regarded by their customers, have a highly trained and experienced workforce that provides mission-critical services, and they operate with the highest ethical standards.

“This acquisition enables Janus to expand its already broad range of client services,” said Janus President and CEO Matt Kaye. “Our ability to collaborate with our partner companies in the DC Capital portfolio will allow us to expand our capabilities to our current clients and reach out to new clients. This acquisition will solidify the Company as the industry leader in every aspect of integrated stability operations.”

“Having the best people is the key to the success of any company and we have been extremely impressed by the people at Janus,” said Campbell. Janus’s current management team will continue to lead the company.

Sagent Advisors, LLC acted as exclusive financial advisor and Morrison & Foerster LLP acted as legal advisor to Janus in connection with the transaction. Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP and White & Case LLP acted as legal advisors to DC Capital.

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About Janus Global
Janus Global Operations is a leading provider of integrated stability operations services including munitions response; demining; intelligence support; logistics; life support; risk management; communications; and other stability operations services in some of the world’s most challenging environments across the globe. 

About DC Capital Partners
DC Capital Partners is a private equity investment firm headquartered in Alexandria, Virginia focused on making control investments in middle market, U.S.-based, Government Services and Engineering & Construction Services businesses.

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