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Low-Touch Multi-Asset Trading Will Deliver Real Automation for the Buy Side

Data Science and Technology

By John Adam  |  February 27, 2020

Automation is bringing structural changes to the buy-side trading desk. Rather than being segmented by asset-class silos, trading desks are increasingly segmented around high-touch, low-touch, and no-touch trading. Trading rules and automation allow traders to trade across multiple asset classes, freeing them up to look at trade analytics and choose their moments of intervention, which allows them to have the most impact in their roles and add the most value to the portfolio lifecycle.

Watch this video in which John Adam, Global Director of Portfolio Management and Trading Solutions at FactSet, discusses how asset managers can deliver highly efficient access to markets by automating trading across asset classes.

 

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John Adam

Senior Vice President, Head of Portfolio Management and Trading Solutions

Mr. John C. Adam is Senior Vice President, Head of Portfolio Management and Trading Solutions at FactSet. Prior to this role, he served as the Global Head of Product Strategy at Portware LLC, A FactSet Company and held various roles at Liquidnet that included Director of Product Management and Director of Corporate Strategy. He also held product and sales engineering roles at NEON, Sybase, and Slam Dunk Networks and has over 18 years of experience in financial services technology. Mr. Adam earned a B.A. in International Relations from the Maxwell School at Syracuse University.

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