Adam Schneider is a Partner in Oliver Wyman’s Financial Services practice with over 30 years of consulting and financial services experience. He focuses on the intersection of Digital Technology and Financial Institutions and has consulted in Retail Banking, Capital Markets, Corporate Banking, Transaction Banking, Wealth Management, Treasury, Asset Management, and Home Lending.
Adam is global lead of Oliver Wyman’s LIBOR Transition platform which supports clients and the market on the industry’s transition away from LIBOR. He has been extremely active in client service in this area since LIBOR transition began in earnest in 2017. Adam is a member of the Federal Reserve’s Alternative Reference Rates Committee (ARRC) that drives US LIBOR transition and is co-Chair of ARRC’s Operations and Infrastructure Working Group. He is also a member of the Canadian Alternate Reference Rates working group and had advised regulatory bodies in Japan and the UK on transition.
Previously Adam was a Partner at Deloitte and prior to that COO at an institutional asset manager.
Adam has lectured at business schools on the financial services industry and has spoken at numerous industry conferences on a wide range of topics. In recent years he has discussed LIBOR transition at events organized by key regulators, central banks, and market participants.