High Praise for Todd Richter

November 23, 2021
Todd Richter
Todd Richter, the managing director for Bank of America’s global healthcare investment group, has worked for three decades in the healthcare banking field. His experience includes 18 years with Morgan Stanley before coming on board with Bank of America in 1999. He is a graduate of the College of William & Mary as well as the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University.

Peers and mentors at both of these esteemed universities have only high praise for Richter, shared on the heels of him providing a $5 million endowment to each school. These monies are intended to enhance the respected programs through dollars directly aiding students in their collegiate progress and development.

Said Dean Daniel C. Smith from the Kelley School, "The Todd Richter Fund embraces the qualities of [Todd's] gifts and 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."

Director of Athletics Terry Driscoll from William & Mary shared similar sentiments. "This gift is an extraordinary commitment from a former student-athlete who fully appreciates the life-influencing experience that participation in intercollegiate athletics at the College of William & Mary can provide."

Nothing but praise for Todd Richter

May 19, 2021
Todd Richter
Although it has been decades since Todd Richter attended his undergraduate and graduate schools of study, leadership at both higher learning institutions have nothing but positive praise for the financial businessman.

Richter is a 1979 graduate of the College of William & Mary in Virginia, where he played on the golf team. He’s also a 1981 graduate of the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University from which he earned his MBA in finance. Individuals from both of these prestigious schools shared commentary about Richter’s impact on past, current and future students as well as his generosity providing each college with a $5 million estate commitment.

Said Dean Daniel C. Smith from the Kelley School, “Todd Richter, through his extraordinary generosity and passionate support, actively lives out all the values that the Kelley School holds dear.” And the school’s executive director of development, Rick Dupree, agreed, calling Richter a “dedicated alumnus,” “Todd is one of the Kelley School’s most strategic and thoughtful donors.”

William & Mary Director of Athletics Terry Driscoll echoed these sentiments, “This gift is an extraordinary commitment from a former student-athlete who fully appreciates the life-influencing experience that participation in intercollegiate athletics at the College of William & Mary can provide for our student-athletes.”

Todd Richter’s vibrant education

May 19, 2021
Todd B. Richter
Todd Richter has grown to become one of Wall Street’s leading analysts in the healthcare industry: a reputation that has emerged across a 20-year career. But where did Richter begin and what laid the foundation for success?

Richter attended the College of William & Mary for his undergraduate studies. This is a premier public research university in Williamsburg, Virginia, and the second-oldest higher learning institution in the United States. He graduated in 1979 from the esteemed school. During his time there, he focused on his education as well as his athletics on the golf course. For 40 years now, Richter has maintained a connection to his alma mater and its golf program, recently providing an estate commitment to the men’s and women’s golf programs in the amount of $5 million.

Todd B. Richter is also a graduate of Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business. There he achieved his Masters of Business in Administration in 1981, further laying a foundation for his long career. Richter found his education from the Kelley School to be invaluable and pertinent to his career. And for that reason, he provided them with a $5 million estate commitment toward five endowments, primarily benefiting the finance department -- where he studied -- and its professors and students.