Todd B. Richter is a proud graduate of Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business. He graduated in 1981 with his Masters in Business Administration and continued on to a successful career in finance.
As an alumni, Richter has given back to his alma mater — and given back significantly. He recently created the Todd B. Richter Fund, established with a $5 million estatement commitment, which supports several specific endowments at the Indiana institution. Those supported endeavors are: the Graduate Finance Department; the Dean’s office; graduate fellowships to students within the Kelley School who demonstrate an interest in finance; two professorships for faculty members with a focus on securities analysis; and an endowment component that splits additional funds equally among the other four designations.
Richter established this fund following more than 30 years working within the financial healthcare field and becoming one of Wall Street’s leading analysts. He is currently a managing director in the global healthcare investment banking group at Bank of America. He began with BoA in 1999 following 18 years at Morgan Stanley within the company’s healthcare services equity research division.