Risk & Financial Advisory Real Estate Leader
Partner | Deloitte & Touche LLP
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Adam is the US Real Estate Leader in Deloitte’s Risk & Financial Advisory (RFA) practice. He has spent his career specializing in enterprise risk management and internal audit and has more than 30 years of global experience delivering strategic risk and control solutions to a diverse set of financial service and real estate companies.
In his role as RFA’s US Real Estate Leader, Adam is responsible for the sector’s strategy and operations, including talent, delivery, growth, and innovation. This practice includes integrated services and solutions covering a broad spectrum of capabilities including Valuation, Leasing, Corporate Finance, Cyber, Enterprise Risk Management, Transactions, Financial Transformation, Internal Audit, and Data Analytics.
Adam is also the lead partner on several large financial services accounts. In this capacity, his key areas of responsibility include coordination, delivery, and oversight of risk, control, and internal audit services, bringing new ideas and innovation to management, modernizing capabilities, linking risk to strategy as well as interaction with Boards and Audit Committees.
Adam also serves as a co-leader for Deloitte’s National Internal Audit Innovation team and is responsible for identifying and driving new tools and practices into the marketplace. He’s co-authored numerous whitepapers and hosts some of Deloitte’s Innovation in Risk & Controls Dbriefs learning webcast series, covering topics such as risk modeling, blockchain, cyber, and agile.
Additionally, as National Greenhouse Dean for the Internal Audit offering, Adam helps design the next generation of lab offerings by providing leadership with design and lab delivery and coaching lab facilitators and producers.
Education & Certifications:
- Bachelor’s of Science in Accounting & Finance, Northern Illinois University
- Certified Public Accountant
- Certified Internal Auditor
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