Todd Richter

Todd 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.