Todd Richter Is A Proud Alum

July 19, 2021
 
Todd Richter
From his undergrad to graduate school, Todd Richter is a very proud alum who stays close to the schools that shaped his adulthood. Richter attended the College of William & Mary for his undergraduate studies, graduating in 1979 with a degree in finance. Since that time, he’s remained connected to the Virginia school, especially its golf program which Richter attributes for much of his achievements. “I attribute a lot of my business career success to the discipline I developed as a student at William & Mary,” he said, giving direct praise to his golf instructor, Coach Joe Agee. Richter continues to engage with students in the classroom and on the golf course, both in Virginia and in New York where he resides. He enjoys providing them with the confidence, encouragement and knowledge that he received in order to make them as successful in their studies and into the future.

Todd Richter also remains a fervent supporter of his graduate school. In 1981, he graduated from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University with his MBA in finance. Since then, Richter has had a significantly successful career -- a career that has led him to recently create a $5 million estate commitment to the Todd B. Richter Fund, which benefits five endowments specific to the Kelley School’s financial department. Richter’s fund is just the latest support following many years of service to recruitment and membership upon organizations that include the Kelley Alumni Association’s Metropolitan New York chapter and the Kelley School Dean’s Council.

Todd B. Richter extends support to students just like him

April 17, 2021
 
Todd Richter

As a successful graduate and alumnus of the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University, Todd B. Richter is giving back to the educational community that created a sturdy foundation for him to grow upon. He has recently endowed a $5 million fund that directly benefits professors and students within the Kelley School. Some of his endowment directives include two professorships for individuals experienced in securities analysis, graduate fellowships for those graduate students who study securities or finances and financial assistance to the Graduate Finance Department at the higher learning institution.

For Todd Richter, it is crucial to support the programs and individuals who helped him become the success that he is today. In the past, Richter has provided an alumni relationship, mentorship and volunteerism to the Kelley School. Now he takes his commitments an additional step further to contribute significantly to the growth of the programs and those students within it.

Said Dean Daniel C. Smith about Richter’s endowment fund, “Todd Richter, through his extraordinary generosity and passionate support, actively lives out all the values that the Kelley School holds dear … [The Richter Fund] will ensure that future generations of the Kelley community will come to know Todd and be inspired to engage with the School as he has done and continues to do.”

The growth of Indiana University benefactor Todd B. Richter

April 17, 2021
 
Todd B. Richter

Todd B. Richter unassumingly began his financial career -- a career that would grow and prosper, turning Richter into one of Wall Street’s leading financial healthcare analysts. He graduated in 1979 from the College of William and Mary with his undergraduate financial education. He continued his studies at Indiana University, within its prestigious Kelley School of Business, from which he graduated in 1981 with a Masters in Business Administration. Over the next few decades, Richter would thrive in the financial industry.

For 18 years, he worked with Morgan Stanley. He helped to direct the firm’s healthcare services equity research also actively covering all subsectors of the healthcare services field. He departed the renowned brand in 1999 for Bank of America. There, he served as head of the banking giant’s healthcare research group. He also acted as senior research analyst on health insurance and managed a variety of healthcare-related work, including specialty health benefits and relationships with providers and distributors of healthcare. Today, Todd Richter remains with Bank of America as managing director in the global healthcare investment banking group. His responsibilities include leading the group’s financial sponsor coverage and strategizing financial trends as they relate to healthcare and Bank of America.