R. Todd Ruppert is the founder and CEO of Ruppert International, a firm with diversified interests globally in various fields including education, financial services, disruptive technologies, publishing, arts and entertainment, and strategy consulting.
As a leader, Todd shares his expertise as a member of numerous boards and advisory positions around the world. He currently serves as president of London’s Royal Parks Foundation, a global ambassador for the Duke of Edinburgh's International Award, and a board member of INSEAD Business School, Wilshire Associates, Shetland Space Centre, The Fine Art Group, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Symbiont, Rocket Dollar and The World Trade Center Institute, among other prominent organizations.
Todd is an advisor for several firms including Access Holdings, a buy and build mid-market private equity firm; Motive Partners, an investment firm that specializes in technology businesses in the financial services sector; BroadLight Capital, a growth equity vehicle focused on the entertainment, consumer and technology industries; Antler, a global early stage venture capital firm and the world's largest technology company builder; Fin Venture Capital, a FinTech focused venture firm; SenaHill, a FinTech merchant. He holds many other positions at organizations including Behavior Labs, Bite Investments and CXO Fund. Previously, Todd spent 14 years as a venture partner for Greenspring Associates.
He has over 40 years of experience in the financial services industry. Before retiring from T. Rowe Price, a global asset management firm with over $1.5 trillion under management, Todd was CEO and president of T. Rowe Price Global Investment Services, Co-President, T. Rowe Price International, and a member of the operating steering committee of the T. Rowe Price Group.
Todd is the executive producer of three documentary films – A Year in Burgundy, A Year in Champagne and A Year in Port. He was co-producer of the musical Happy Days.