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Adam Seitchik

 Boston University
M.A. Economics 1983
Ph.D, Economics 1989

Chief Investment Strategist
Trillium Asset Management
Boston, MA
2004 -



  • Direct investment strategy for the oldest and largest US asset manager
    dedicated solely to socially responsible investing

  • Chair asset allocation committee;

  • involved in portfolio management and equity research;

  • lead in the quantitative support of investment processes.




Chief Global Strategist, Managing Director
Deutsche Asset Management 
London, England
2000 - 2003   

§     Led and managed asset allocation team accountable for over £40 billion

§     Responsible for developing and communicating global investment strategy for one of the five largest global asset managers

§     Over 120 client and media presentations/interviews per annum

§     Developed and managed successful long/short hedge funds for efficient implementation of strategy ideas


Global Balanced Portfolio Manager, Associate Partner
 Wellington Management Company            
 Boston, MA.
1994  - 2000

§     Managed $2 billion in assets for institutional clients

§     Communicated global strategy to investment group and clients

§     Created process integrating quantitative and qualitative insights


Director of Strategic Research
John Hancock Financial Services
Boston, MA.
1990 - 1994

§     Led the Investment and Pension Group’s research effort

§     Collaborated with outside consultants to restructure the investment group

§     Launched Quality Program within the investment and pension group

§     Assisted CEO in leading business/education partnerships


Assistant Professor of economics
Wellesley College
Wellesley, MA.
1987 - 1991

§     Co-authored two books on the US economy and labor markets

§     Published articles and developed courses on macro, labor and policy

§     Mediated on-campus disputes; trained in mediation


Consulting Economist,
Abt Associates,
Boston, MA,
1983 - 1990

§     Research and program evaluation projects for government, union and corporate clients


Sample Publications


Global Strategy, Deutsche Asset Management, 2000-2003.  Editor of this quarterly publication with a 10,000-copy print run.  Global economic and financial market outlook for worldwide clients, investment managers and the press.  Includes regional sub-sections and topical reports on subjects ranging from investing in China to global corporate governance.  Articles in Global Strategy were repackaged regularly under my name for the retail and institutional investment trade press.


Asset Allocation Highlights, Wellington Management Company, Boston, Quarterly, 1994-2000.


Economic Outlook, John Hancock Financial Services, Quarterly, 1990-92.


“Let’s Give Future Generations a Speculometer,” The Business (London), June 2003.


“Investing in a Colder Climate,” Institutional Investor, International Edition, April 2003.


“The New England Roller Coaster: Lessons for the U.S. in the 1990s,” Business Economics, 4/92.


“When Married Men Lose Jobs: Income Replacement within the Family,” Industrial and Labor Relations Review, July 1991, pp. 692-707.


“Who are Displaced Workers?” in John T. Addison (ed.), Job Displacement, Wayne State Press, 1991.


“Forget the Massachusetts Doomsday Scenario,” The Boston Sunday Globe, 11/18/90.


Employer Strategies for a Changing Labor Force, US Commission for Emp. Policy, 1990 (w/ J. Zornitsky).


From One Job to the Next: Worker Adjustment in a Changing Labor Market, Kalamazoo, MI: Upjohn Institute for Employment Research, 1989 (with J. Zornitsky).



Sample Presentations and Interviews


CNBC Europe and Bloomberg Television, approximately two interviews per week on the financial market outlook.  Regularly interviewed by The Wall Street Journal Europe, Reuters, etc., 2000-2003.


“A Critic’s Commentary on the Global Economic Outlook,” Economist Intelligence Unit annual conference, London, 2002.


“Asset Allocation Funds,”  “Long-term Investment Returns,” and “Risk in a Cold Climate,” Deutsche Asset Management annual client conferences, London, 2001-2003.


“The Importance of Industry Mix in Explaining Returns to Value and Growth,” Equity Style Management Conference, IMN, Boca Raton, Florida, 1/95.


“Defined Contribution Participants as Investors,” “The Risk and Return of Guaranteed Investment Contracts and Alternatives” and “The S&L Debacle and Insurance Company Insolvencies,” John Hancock Pension Seminars, Boston and Washington, D.C., 1991-93.


“The New England Economy,” The Anslow Lecture, Orleans, MA, 2/91.


“The Economics of Enlightenment: Employer-provided Dependent Care Programs,” IRRA annual meetings, Washington, D.C., 12/90.

 “A Test for the Long-Run Social Cost of Unemployment among Young Men,” (with L.M. Nichols), IRRA annual meetings, Atlanta, GA, 12/89.