Cameron Hamilton, a Principal of The McLean Group, joined the firm in 2001 and has been involved in more than 30 successful sell- and buy-side M&A and capital formation engagements. Currently, he focuses on serving federal contracting clients.
His recent deals include advising SPARC in the sale of its software services business to Booz Allen Hamilton, INDUS Corporation in its sale to Tetra Tech, dTS in its sale to Palladium, NetCentrics in its sale to Haystax Technologies (an Edgewater Funds portfolio company), SigInt Technologies in its sale to Novetta Solutions (an Arlington Capital portfolio company), UltiSat in receiving an investment from LLR Partners, DAI in its sale to HTPSE, GAP Solutions in its sale to Tallasi Technology, CompSec in its sale to DC Capital Partners, iLuMinA Solutions and OAK Management in their sales to ECS Federal, The Engle Group in its sale to TWD & Associates, NETCONN Solutions in its sale to General Dynamics, InSysCo in its sale to GTSI, Signature Government Solutions in its sale to GTEC, Casals & Associates in its sale to Dyncorp, Haselwood Enterprises and DPK Consulting in their sales to TetraTech, and Arrowhead Global Solutions in its sale to Caprock Communications, among others.
Before joining The McLean Group, Mr. Hamilton led the consulting division responsible for strategic business process analysis and return-on-investment opportunity valuation at ClearCross, Inc., a leading international trade compliance software vendor. He also was the primary financial analyst supporting ClearCross’ multiple acquisitions and capital raises.
Mr. Hamilton holds an AB in economics from Princeton University, where he was a member of nationally ranked varsity swimming and water polo teams. He regularly competes in triathlons and completed his first Ironman race in Western Australia in 2012.
- FINRA Registered Representative (Series 7, 24, 63, 79)
- Accredited Valuation Analyst (AVA)
- Small and Emerging Contractors Advisory Forum (SECAF) – Chairman
- Fairfax Country Chamber of Commerce – former Board of Directors member
- Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA)
- Intelligence and National Security Alliance (INSA)