A multidisciplinary team of Pillsbury lawyers has represented Vectrus Inc. in its acquisition of Advantor Systems Corporation—a leading provider of integrated electronic security systems used by the federal government—from McCarthy Capital. The $44 million strategic transaction, which closed on July 8, strengthens Vectrus' positioning as an innovator in the emerging converged infrastructure market and notably increases the company’s client and geographic footprint. Advantor's security solutions protect tens of thousands of facilities and assets, having been deployed at over 2,000 sites worldwide.
Vectrus is a leading, NYSE-listed, provider of critical services to the U.S. government in its worldwide operations, including logistics, facility and base operations, supply chain and logistics services, information technology mission support, and engineering and digital technology services.
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The cross-office Pillsbury team representing Vectrus in this transaction was led by Corporate/M&A partner Matt Swartz. Other key members of the deal team included Corporate/M&A partner Christopher H. Patay, special counsel Didi Chow and associates Stephanie Russell and Tara Shankar; Government Contracts partner John E. Jensen and associate Robert Starling; Executive Compensation & Benefits partner Howard L. Clemons, senior associate Justin Krawitz and associate Ben T. Gibbs; Tax partner Nora Burke and associate Hannah Hollingsworth; and Intellectual Property counsel Michael S. Horikawa.