Pritzker Group ups Fuller to chief investment officer

Pritzker Group Asset Management has promoted Terra Fuller to chief investment officer. Fuller joined the firm in 2014 as director of research. Prior to joining Pritzker Group, Fuller was senior vice president and head of hedged equity with Mesirow Advanced Strategies.

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CHICAGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Pritzker Group Asset Management today announced that Terra Fuller has been named chief investment officer, where she will lead the firm’s investment partnerships and policy, allocation strategy, portfolio construction and risk management across all of Pritzker Group’s asset classes.

Fuller joined Pritzker Group Asset Management in 2014 as Director of Research, where she sourced new investments and oversaw analysis, diligence and research processes. As chief investment officer, she will be responsible for Pritzker Group’s global investment portfolios and will work closely with external investment managers to drive long-term capital appreciation across the firm’s full array of assets.

Prior to Pritzker Group, Fuller was senior vice president and head of hedged equity with Mesirow Advanced Strategies, a $14 billion fund-of-funds. She was responsible for $5 billion in hedged equity assets and held a voting role on the firm’s committee for equity-related investments. Before that, she served as an equity research analyst for DAFNA Capital, Sangamon Trading and Castle Creek Partners after beginning her financial career as a CPA and senior auditor for Ernst & Young’s financial services team.

“Terra’s talent, financial insights and ability to build strong relationships with our managers has been critical to our investment performance,” said Tony Pritzker, Pritzker Group managing partner. “Given her outstanding abilities and success to date, it was an easy decision to promote Terra to lead the Pritzker Group Asset Management team.”

Fuller holds an MBA in finance and strategy from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management and a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Michigan, where she graduated with high distinction. She also serves as a board member for Bethel New Life, a Chicago-based non-profit organization focused on food and hunger prevention, employment and family support.

About Pritzker Group
Pritzker Group, led by Tony and J.B. Pritzker, has three principal investment teams: Private Capital, which acquires and operates leading North America-based companies; Venture Capital, which provides early-stage and growth venture funding to technology companies throughout the United States; and Asset Management, which partners with best-in-class investment managers in global public markets to drive long-term capital appreciation across an array of asset classes. For more information, visit pritzkergroup.com.