GTCR sells Six3 Systems
CHICAGO—In an $820 million deal, private equity firm GTRC has sold Six3 Systems to CACI International, the companies announced Oct. 9.
Founded in 2009, Six3 provides national security and defense intelligence services, according to the news release. CACI provides information solutions and services to intelligence, defense and federal civilian customers.
“We set out with CEO Bob Coleman and CFO Jack Pearlstein to build a specialized company focused on providing advanced capabilities in the high growth areas of signal intelligence, cyber security and intelligence operations,” said Craig Bondy, managing director of GTCR, in a prepared statement. He said the deal demonstrates Six3’s strategic significance.
Goldman, Sachs & Co. and J.P. Morgan Securities, LLC were financial advisors to Six3 and Kirkland & Ellis, LLP provided legal counsel.
GTCR is the owner of Protection 1.