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Indiana University Bloomington

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The Kelley Advantage

Nine major areas of undergraduate study at the Kelley School of Business are ranked in the top 10 overall by U.S. News & World Report and four are ranked among the top five among public schools.

Worldwide Reputation

Kelley is my window on the prospective employee marketplace. It connects me with faculty, staff, and fellow alumni who can help my business fill key positions at our company.

John Voris,
BS '69, MBA '73

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Alumni Awards

Quintin E. Primo, III Quintin E. Primo, III (BS'77)
Academy of Alumni Fellows 2004

Quintin Primo is co-founder and Co-Chairman of Capri Capital L.P. He oversees the business activities of Capri Capital Advisors and co-chairs the Investment Committee. Prior to co-founding Capri in 1992, Mr. Primo was Managing Director of Q. Primo & Company, Inc., a real estate investment banking firm based in Chicago. Previously, he was Vice President and Manager of the Chicago lending team for Citicorp Real Estate, Inc., where he generated over $2.5 billion in loan financings for office, retail, industrial, hotel, and residential developments. He was also active in the securitization of commercial real estate mortgage loans.

Mr. Primo holds a Master of Business Administration degree from the Harvard University Graduate School of Business Administration, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance, with honors and high distinction, from Indiana University. Mr. Primo is a co-founder of the Real Estate Roundtable and is a board member of the Pension Real Estate Association, Urban Land Institute, and other professional organizations. He serves as a trustee of the Church Pension Group, a $6 billion plan sponsor.

Mr. Primo is active in community and civic affairs. Notably, he serves as Chairman of Primo Center for Women and Children, a first-stage transitional shelter serving the homeless of Chicago. In addition, he serves as a director of the University of Chicago hospitals and a member of the Executive Committee of the Chicago Community Trust.