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Sheppard Mullin Represented Arlington Capital Partners in Sale of Octo to IBM for $1.263 Billion


Sheppard Mullin represented Washington, D.C.-based private equity firm Arlington Capital Partners in the sale of Octo, a U.S.-based IT modernization and digital transformation services provider exclusively serving the U.S. federal government, including defense, health and civilian agencies, for $1.263 billion to IBM (NYSE: IBM), a leading provider of global hybrid cloud and AI and consulting and expertise. The acquisition establishes one of the largest digital transformation partners to the federal government.

The Sheppard Mullin deal team that advised Arlington Capital Partners was led by Michael Koltonyuk, Wes Fischer and Shinduk Seo. Invaluable assistance was provided by Frank Bacelli, Michael Baranovic, Keren Baruch, Leo Caseria, John Crisp, Patrick Diaz, Keith Gercken, Robert Gorzelany, Aaron Hill, Sean Kirby, Malika Levarlet, Betsy Luxenberg, Robert Magielnicki, Imad Matini, Fatema Merchant, Iman Naieem, Elfin Noce, Patrick Quine, Jarred Ramo, Verity Rees, Jim Ritter, Olivier Theard, Carlo Van den Bosch and Paul Werner.

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