Ryan Rassin

Ryan Rassin

Ryan is an investment banker in Chartwell’s corporate finance practice. He focuses on capital markets transactions including the placement of asset-based revolvers, senior secured cash flow loans, split lien term loans, unitranche structures, second lien, mezzanine, and equity investments for both sponsored and non-sponsored clients. Over his extensive career, Ryan has worked on transactions in support of both growth and value-oriented investment strategies in a wide array of industries with deals closed in the business services, industrial, distribution, healthcare, and technology sectors.



Ryan currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Chicago chapter of the Association of Corporate Growth where he is chairman of the M&A/Private Equity Committee and is co-chair of the Programming vertical for the entire chapter.


Ryan is designated as a Certified Public Accountant. He is also a registered representative with Chartwell affiliate, CCS Transactions, LLC and holds FINRA Series 63 and 79 licenses.



Prior to joining Chartwell, Ryan was a managing director at LBC Credit Partners where he was an Investment Professional responsible for sourcing, structuring, negotiating, documenting, and closing senior and junior debt investments for both sponsored and non-sponsored financings in support of LBOs, recapitalizations, refinances, and add-on acquisitions. In addition to his responsibilities as an Investment Professional, Ryan also served as a rotational member of the firm’s Investment Committee. 


Prior to LBC Credit Partners, Ryan was a director at OFS Capital where he originated and executed new business opportunities with both sponsor and non-sponsored clients. At OFS, Ryan also was a portfolio manager responsible for overseeing a team of account officers and directly managing a portfolio of investments. 


Ryan holds a Bachelor of Science degree in accountancy from the University of Illinois and a Master of Business Administration with a concentration in finance and strategy from the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business.