Brock Fuller cut his teeth in investment circles at his uncle’s trading firm on LaSalle St. in Chicago during the latter part of the 1960’s. It was there that he realized that contacts and sincere friendships are the real cement allowing for the building of successful business and investment relationships… thus began the inception of his “golden” rolodex.
Brock, always suffering from a love of wanderlust, heard the voice (in his sleep, apparently) of Horace Greeley urging him to go west and in 1972 found himself in the Syndicate, Research and Corporate Finance Departments (over an extended period of time) of a boutique investment firm in Denver, thus allowing him to add Rocky Mountain contacts to his Midwestern and Eastern-leaning rolodex file. In the early 1980’s the travel bug struck again and he eventually found himself in the regional headquarters of a NYSE Member Firm concentrating in the arena of professionally managed portfolios designed for small to intermediate sized pension accounts… thus enabling him to make attractive additions to his rolodex. It was during this period that Brock was bitten by the film ‘bug’ – by way of a more than passing interest and familiarization with Silver Screen Partners ~ a collaboration between HBO, Disney, Touchstone, et, al. and the NYSE investment community. Some great films of the day included in Silver Screen Partners portfolios were Down and Out in Beverly Hills (1986), The Color of Money (1986), Good Morning, Viet Nam (1987), and Beaches (1988), just to name a few. The film bug ‘bite’ has never left him and continues to itch to this day.
In the very later part of the 1980’s Brock left the NYSE community and formed his own consulting firm, encompassing his belief and business motto: "We believe that your potential for success is determined by both What you know and Who you know." Brock’s consulting practice deals in varied funding techniques designed for projects up to about $100M – with a sweet spot of about $10-15M. While many of this projects lean toward green energy and manufacturing, he has (5) film projects in development, three of the feature film projects Cottonwood, One Lucky Moon and The 26th Man of which represent a collaborative effort with Mark Campbell Productions and Luck Films. Brock also is a finance executive at Mark Campbell Productions overseeing various film projects.
Brock resides in New Mexico and is involved with the promotion of film production in his state and elsewhere in the Southwest. [BACK]