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Adam is Channel NewsAsia’s business presenter. He helms Asia Business First, a ‘flagship show’ that delivers the day’s biggest financial and international news.
Since joining in February 2016, Adam has reported on key events like China’s National People’s Congress, Brexit and the U.S. Presidential elections, all of which had a profound effect on capital markets.
He has also moderated several high profile panels for The World Economic Forum, and several banks in Singapore, where he brings his skills to vibrant discussions that transcend the world of business and politics.
Before joining Channel News Asia, Adam was a 9-year veteran at CNBC Asia, covering all the top international markets, from equities to currencies to fixed income to commodities. During his time there he broke news during the Global Financial Crisis, and interviewed state leaders including Malaysian Prime Minister, Najib Razak and infamous personalities such as Jho Low.
Adam also brings to the table much experience as a financial market practitioner, having started his career as a stockbroker with over 13 years of experience before moving to business journalism.
Adam graduated from Deakin University, Australia. He holds a Bachelor of Business (Accounting) degree.