It’s been over 40 years now since Todd Richter graduated from college and received his undergraduate degree from the College of William & Mary. During those four decades-plus, Todd has worked hard to be counted among the best financial securities analysts in the business. With the money he has earned since he graduated, Todd Richter has managed to both show his appreciation to those who provided him with the education he needed to be so successful, because he has set up several endowments to keep them thriving. Todd values his time at William & Mary, for example, especially his time performing on the school’s golf team, so he provided their golf team with an endowment of more than $5 million, which should keep them fully funded for perpetuity.
In addition to providing the College of William & Mary with enough money to keep them able to pay for coaches and equipment forever, Todd Richter has also provided Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business (where he earned his MBA) with a substantial endowment, which will keep them solvent for many years, and maybe forever, as well. He credits both schools for teaching him what he needed to know to become the top-notch financial analyst he has been for many years.
In addition to providing his clients with greater wealth and a healthier retirement, Todd Richter also has priorities in the area of charitable giving. As one example, he visits the College of William & Mary campus nearly every year , where he meets current students and engages themin the classroom and on the golf course, as a way to raise funds t keep the school solvent. Many students alsovisit him in New York, where he sees to it they learn a lot about what to expect from a career in banking and finance. Todd has a fervent wish that his commitment to the financial and banking sectors will rub off on them, and keep his chosen profession flush with experts for however long as it can. He wants everyone who is so inclined to are able to get a world-class education and use it to make everyone better off.