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Raphael Fahrwald Promoted to Vice President, Private Debt Placement

Updated: Mar 20

Three Twenty-One Capital Partners (“3-21”) is pleased to announce the promotion of Raphael Fahrwald (Raph) to Vice President, Private Debt Placement.  Raph is an integral member of the Firm’s Denver office and will lead 3-21’s Private Debt Placement efforts.


In his role as Vice President, Raph will remain involved in all aspects of the deal execution process and continue supporting the firm’s growth and execution mandates.  Raph is excited to tackle new challenges in his role, stating, “I am deeply grateful for the recognition by our management team and highly appreciative of the trust the firm puts in me. I very much look forward to seeing our exceptional team continue to excel and Three Twenty-One to thrive and grow.”


Erv Terwilliger, Founder and Senior Managing Director of 3-21, is proud to support Raph’s professional growth and knows that he is ready for a leadership position within the firm, “Raph has excelled in his time with the firm, and we are excited to support Raph’s skill-set and unmatched drive as he leads our Private Debt Placement growth initiative.”

The 3-21 team congratulates Raph on his promotion as the firm continues to support its team members as they advance in their professional development; constant improvement is a cultural hallmark of 3-21.


More About Raph:

Raphael began his career in Zurich, Switzerland working on UBS’s equity and derivatives floor.  He then moved to the States where he initially became a member of the investment team at private equity firm Volery Capital Partners. In 2018 Raph transitioned from private equity to investment banking by joining Capital Research Partners & Co., a boutique investment bank, as an Associate providing strategic advice and execution support on M&A and debt private capital market transactions within a variety of industries.


Raph earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration and master’s degree in accounting and finance at the University of St. Gallen in Switzerland. As an undergraduate, he participated in an exchange program at Columbia University. Raph is currently pursuing the CFA certification, having passed two of the three exams thus far.

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