Director and Chief Investment Strategist - Deutsche
Bank Private Wealth
is a Managing Director and Chief Investment Strategist for Deutsche
Bank Private Wealth Management in the U.S. He sits on the U.S. Investment
Committee, the management team responsible for investment strategy
and asset allocation for U.S. discretionary client portfolios. He
is also a member of Deutsche Bank’s Global Investment Committee
that formalizes and establishes the global house view.
Prior to being named the Chief Investment Strategist, Mr. Adam
was the head of the Asset Allocation and Quantitative Analysis Group,
the group responsible for analyzing and implementing client-specific
asset allocation strategies. Mr. Adam joined Deutsche Bank Alex.
Brown in 1992.
Mr. Adam received a B.B.A. with a concentration in finance from
Loyola College in 1991 and received a Masters Degree in Business
with a concentration in finance from Loyola College in 1993. He
received the Chartered Financial Analyst designation in 1996, Certified
Investment Management Analysis designation in 2001 and Certified
Financial Planner® designation in 2004.
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