Adam Schneider is a Partner in Oliver Wyman’s Digital and Banking Practices in the Americas. He focuses on large-scale transformations in the industry and related development and execution of corporate strategy.
Adam is a firm expert in complex change programs from formulation to execution. He is based in New York and has worked extensively throughout Europe and Asia Pacific Region.
Adam has led some of the largest global programs at the world’s major financial institutions. He has worked extensively across most areas of banking, plus asset management, wealth management, and related change programs. His experience includes product development, cost restructuring, technology implementation, merger integration, and response to regulatory reform initiatives. Adam’s background as a technologist and former chief operating and technical officer at an asset management firm helps him provide value as strategy development and implementation became more and more focused on technology capabilities. Convinced that ideas about forward change are critical to success, he previously managed the global eminence and thought leadership program for a major consultancy. His areas of expertise also include Digital Assets and mobilizing compliance and regulatory response programs at multiple crypto-native firms.
Adam has lectured at NYU Stern, MIT, and Wharton on the financial services industry. He has spoken at numerous industry conferences on a wide range of topics organized by such parties as the Federal Reserve, the American Bankers Association, the Bretton Woods Committee, and the Economic Club of New York.
Adam holds a BS from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and an MBA from Columbia University.