Armory Capital Mergers and Acquisitions Summary

Armory Capital’s most common sectors for investment are internet software and services (34%) and apparel/textiles (17%). The Firm’s most common investment types include growth capital (50%) and buyout (lbo, mbo, mbi) (34%). In total, Armory Capital has invested in 3 US states.

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Armory Capital LLC


Armory Capital is a lower middle-market private investment firm. Armory looks to invest $5 to $50 million in growth companies with at least $10 million in revenues. Target transaction situations include management buyouts, shareholder liquidity needs, ownership transitions, and growth capital financings. Sectors of interest include agriculture, business services, consumer products, financial services, healthcare services, manufacturing, media, and transportation. Armory Capital was formed in 2009 and is based in Champaign, Illinois.

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