One of the key facilitators of a recent pair of deals is leaving a military-focused financial services giant, and he is currently searching for his next opportunity.
, who most recently served as head of transition services for San Antonio, Texas-based USAA
, recently left the company last week after more than eighteen years. Victory Capital acquired
USAA's asset management wing
in 2019, then Charles Schwab bought
USAA's wealth management division.
Fulmer did not immediately return an email for comment, and spokespeople for USAA and Victory Capital did not return calls for comment.
In his time at USAA, Fulmer spent the majority of his years as head of mutual fund, ETF and 529 product management, from 2009 to 2019.
He writes on LinkedIn
, "The teams I worked with to build out our brokerage, managed accounts, mutual funds, ETFs and 529 products were incredible and always approached their efforts with the members in mind."
"I cannot believe the time has gone by so quickly," he says, "but when you love what you do, it makes coming to work every day a joy."
Prior to his work at USAA, Fulmer served as director in retirement services product management at ADP from 1994 to 2002. He is an alumnus of both Frostburg State University and Loyola University Maryland.
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