Salman Husain

Vice President
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Salman Husain is a vice president in Aronson’s Financial Advisory Services Group and at Aronson Capital Partners, LLC (ACP). Salman advises and leads companies, boards of directors, and management teams on strategic alternatives and investment banking initiatives.

Salman has led both buy- and sell-side engagements on many notable transactions in the aerospace, defense, and government industry. Representative notable transactions that Salman has led over the years include:

  • Systron Donner Inertial sale to Resilience Capital
  • Germane Systems sale to Mercury Systems
  • Themis Computer sale to Mercury Systems
  • InfoReliance Corporation sale to ECS Federal LLC
  • BEI Precision Systems & Space Company sale to J.F. Lehman & Company

Salman has seven years of federal strategy and operations consulting experience at large-scale firms. Most recently, he worked as an Investment Banking Associate at KippsDeSanto & Co., giving him 10 total years of experience and three years of middle-market M&A experience. He now specializes in buy- and sell-side M&A transactions, corporate finance, fairness opinions, and strategic planning. His areas of expertise are Information Technology, C4ISR, Cybersecurity, and Defense Electronics for the U.S. Defense and Intelligence Community.

Salman is registered with FINRA as an Investment Banking Representative (Series 63 & 79.)


  • Georgetown University: Master of Business Administration (MBA)
  • University of Illinois: Bachelor of Science in Industrial and Enterprise Systems Engineering with a Minor in Business
ACP Transaction

Aronson Capital Partners Advises Operational Intelligence, LLC on its Sale to E3 Federal Solutions/Sentinel, a NewSpring Holdings Company

Aronson Capital Partners (“ACP”) is pleased to announce the acquisition of Operational... more
December 11, 2019

ACP Market Analysis: Emphasis on Electronic Warfare Drives C4ISR M&A Activity

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