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John Noh Joins Booz Allen as Corporate Development VP

John Noh, a capital market and investment banking veteran, has been appointed vice president of corporate development at Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH).

He will be responsible for implementing Booz Allen’s inorganic growth, alternative investment and partnership strategies, the company said Friday.

Noh previously led a number of divestitures and buyouts during his tenure with Cubic (NYSE: CUB) and CACI International (NYSE: CACI).

The former banker also worked for Bank of America, Jones Lang LaSalle and Houlihan Lokey, where he represented multiple clients in buy-side and sell-side transactions.

Before he joined industry, Noh served as aviator on Apache and Kiowa helicopters during his eight-year career at the U.S. Army.

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