Todd B. Richter’s Benefaction: Elevating Education at the Kelley School

Todd Richter

Todd B. Richter, a proud alumnus of Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business, graduated in 1981 with a prestigious Master’s in Business Administration, propelling himself into a distinguished career in the world of finance.

Deeply committed to his alma mater, Richter has given back in a substantial and meaningful way. He recently established the Todd B. Richter Fund, underpinned by a substantial $5 million estate commitment. This fund is designed to bolster various specific endowments within the esteemed Indiana institution. The supported endeavors encompass the Graduate Finance Department, the Dean’s office, graduate fellowships for students within the Kelley School who exhibit a keen interest in finance, two professorships dedicated to faculty members specializing in securities analysis, and an endowment component that equitably allocates additional funds among the aforementioned four designations.

Todd B. Richter‘s establishment of this fund is a testament to his profound commitment to education. It comes after more than three decades of dedicated service in the financial healthcare sector, during which he ascended to become one of Wall Street’s foremost analysts. Presently, Richter holds the esteemed position of Managing Director within the global healthcare investment banking group at Bank of America. His journey began in 1999 when he joined Bank of America after an illustrious 18-year tenure at Morgan Stanley, where he played a pivotal role in the company’s healthcare services equity research division.

Richter’s enduring dedication to education and his alma mater underscores his commitment to nurturing future leaders and elevating the educational experience at the Kelley School.