Entrepreneurship Founders

Fraser Bullock

Membership Information:

Member Status: Gold
Member Since: 1998


Job Title: Managing Director
Company: Sorenson Capital
Location: Utah, United States


  • Finances, Consulting, and Business Management


Fraser Bullock is currently the Managing Director of Sorenson Capital, a leveraged buyout fund, with $650 million under management. He was the Chief Operating Officer of the Salt Lake Organizing Committee for the Olympic Winter Games of 2002. He joined the Organizing Committee in May of 1999.

Fraser Bullock directed nearly 30 functions to develop Games-time operations plans; including Venue Development, Finance, Information Technology, Sports, Broadcast Operations, Ticketing, and Security just to name a few. Mr. Bullock played a key role in balancing the budget of $1.31 billion for staging the Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.

Prior to the Olympics, Fraser Bullock was a Managing Director at and a founder of Alpine Consolidated; a specialized merchant bank formed in the emerging field of consolidating fragmented industries that operate worldwide. Alpine Consolidated has completed several highly successful transitions, including the IPO's of ResortQuest International and Travel Services International. Fraser Bullock was a founding partner of Bain Capital, a private equity firm, and a Manager of Bain and Company, a leading management consulting firm. He holds an MBA and a BS from Brigham Young University. Fraser Bullock resides in Highland, Utah with his wife Jennifer and their five children and three grandchildren.