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Arsenal Capital Partners Announces Promotion Of Joe Rooney To Principal

NEW YORK — Arsenal Capital Partners, a leading New York based private equity firm that specializes in investments in specialty chemicals and materials, and healthcare services companies, today announced the promotion of Joe Rooney to Principal. In addition, Robbie Cahill and Andrew Hudelson have been promoted to Senior Associate.

Terry Mullen, Arsenal Co-Founder and Partner, commented, “Over the past 17 years we have worked to build a leading institution in the lower middle market and at the core of that is a deep and talented team. In addition to attracting top talent, we are committed to developing our team from within. Joe has had an exceptional trajectory since he joined us eight years ago and we are very pleased to recognize Joe’s contributions to the firm with his promotion to Principal. Robbie and Andrew have shown tremendous development and we look forward to their continued contributions as they expand their roles.”

Mr. Rooney joined Arsenal in 2009 as an Associate and serves on the Board of FrontStream Payments. Mr. Cahill joined Arsenal as an Associate in 2014 from Bank of America Merrill Lynch where he served as an analyst in the Global Healthcare Group. Mr. Hudelson joined Arsenal as an Associate in 2015 from TPG Growth.

About Arsenal Capital Partners
Arsenal Capital Partners is a leading New York based private equity firm established in 2000 that invests in middle market healthcare and specialty industrial companies. Since inception, Arsenal has raised institutional equity investment funds totaling $2.975 billion. Arsenal makes investments in growth companies in sectors in which the firm has significant prior knowledge and experience. Arsenal targets businesses that have the potential for further value creation, and works closely with management to accelerate growth by leveraging the firm’s industry focus and operational improvement capabilities. For additional information on Arsenal Capital Partners, please visit