John Fullerton

John Fullerton

John Fullerton, the Founder and President of the Capital Institute, is a recognized new economy thought leader and an active “Impact” private investor. Previously, he was a Managing Director of JPMorgan, where he managed multiple capital markets and derivatives businesses around the globe and then ran the venture investment activity of LabMorgan as Chief Investment Officer through the merger with Chase Manhattan Bank in 2001. He served as JPMorgan’s representative on the Long Term Capital Management Oversight Committee in 1997-98. He is a co-founder and director of Grasslands, LLC, a holistic ranch management company with the Savory Institute; a director of New Day Farms, Inc., the New Economics Institute, and Savory Institute.org; and an advisor to RSF Social Finance, Richard Branson’s Business Leader’s Initiative (“B Team”), and Armonia, LLC.

GTI Contributions
John Fullerton
Roundtable
Contribution to Roundtable on Money

August 2017

Public money can help drive a sustainability transition, but well-regulated private banking still has a role to play.
An exchange on Money for the People




John Fullerton
Commentary on The Church of Economism and Its Discontents

December 2015





Limits to Investment: Finance in the Anthropocene
Viewpoint
Limits to Investment: Finance in the Anthropocene

April 2014

We are not only in ecological overshoot, but "financial overshoot" as well. The time has come to reimagine the system.

Commentary by Gar Alperovitz, Herman Daly, Marjorie Kelly, and Hunter Lovins.