Pritzker Group Asset Management has bolstered its investment team by promoting Terra Fuller to chief investment officer.
In the new role, Fuller will lead the firm’s investment partnerships and policy, allocation strategy, portfolio construction and risk management across all of its asset classes.
She will be responsible for global investment portfolios and will work closely with external investment managers.
Managing partner Tony Pritzker said, “Terra’s talent, financial insights and ability to build strong relationships with our managers has been critical to our investment performance.
“Given her outstanding abilities and success to date, it was an easy decision to promote Terra to lead the Pritzker Group Asset Management team.”
The promotion comes three after she joined the firm as director of research, where she sourced new investments and oversaw analysis, diligence and research processes.
Prior to Pritzker, Fuller was senior vice president and head of hedged equity with Mesirow Advanced Strategies.
Pritzker Group, has three principal investment teams: Private Capital, which acquires and operates North America-based companies, Venture Capital, which provides early-stage and growth venture funding to technology companies; and asset Management, which partners with investment managers in global public markets.
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