Raphael was the co-founder of a fintech company which he grew to 50 employees and merged with a competitor after only four years. He's is currently a partner in a cryptocurrency hedge fund and worked for 15 years as a global equity investor and an investment banker at firms like Deutsche Bank and J.P. Morgan. He holds a master's in AI. As a consultant, he's passionate about analyzing innovative businesses and helping them grow.
Served as the lead associate on the distressed restructuring of Marconi plc, advising the bondholders.
Managed substantial parts of the local day-to-day processes during the sale of Optus (the second-largest Australian telecom at the time) to Singapore Telecom; it was one of the largest M&A transactions in Australia.
Served as the associate on the team advising C&W on the sale of Hong Kong Telecom to PCCW which was the largest ever non-Japan Asia M&A transaction at the time; I performed tasks such as financial modeling and due diligence.
Participated in tens of billions of dollars in deal value of other transactions globally.
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Master's degree in Computer Science
2013 - 2015
PUC | Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Bachelor's degree in Psychology
1993 - 1997
University of Pennsylvania - Philadelphia, PA, USA
Bachelor's degree in Finance
1993 - 1997
The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania - Philadelphia, PA, USA