Arsenal Adds Healthcare, Industrial Directors

Mar 14 2007 | 10:44am ET

Private equity firm Arsenal Capital has hired James Kalish and Austin Broadhurst as operating directors.

“Jim and Chip are both excellent complements to our already strong team and we welcome them to our firm,” Terrence Mullen, managing director of New York-based Arsenal, said. “Their combined expertise in the specialty industrial and healthcare sectors further enhances the talents of our existing group of operating partners and will help us identify additional investment opportunities in these sectors.”

Kalish comes to Arsenal, which focuses on middle-market manufacturing and services companies, from Parker Hannifin, where he worked in the climate and industrial controls group. Broadhurst was most recently the managing member of healthcare venture capital and executive search firm Calchas Group. Prior to founding Calchas in 2002, Broadhurst was a partner of medical venture fund Dauphin Capital Partners.


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