For two years running he was Proshare personality of the year for his work in reporting on the world of shares and investments.
He is one of the best known financial faces on television. Currently business presenter on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme, Adam has also presented BBC 2’s Working Lunch, BBC 1’s Business Breakfast, Radio 5’s Wake Up To Money and Radio 4’s Financial World Tonight.
In March 2009 Adam presented a Panorama programme for the BBC entitled: Who Will Save the Savers, where he investigated the plight of ordinary people who have lost their savings in the current recession and are left to sink or swim on their own. At the time of broadcast this particular programme was the most watched Panorama of the year with an audience of 3.6 million.
In addition to his work on television and radio, Adam has written for a number of newspapers including The Independent, The Mail on Sunday and Metro. He has written and co-authored a number of books: Political Rhubarb, Money and How To Make More Of It, Managing Credit and Investing Basics.
Adam also chairs conferences and seminars and is a highly skilled conference facilitator, after dinner and business speaker. He has a wealth of experience addressing corporate audiences at home and abroad.
“On behalf of Transport for London and the whole of the Enterprise team, we would like to thank you for your involvement at the launch of Enterprise recently. Your contribution was invaluable and helped to make the event a resounding success. Thank you once more and we hope to be able to work with you again in the near future.” Transport for London, Enterprise: London Launch Event
“The event went really well and Adam was great! He was extremely calm and professional, and showed a very funny video! Please pass on my direct thanks to him, it was lovely to meet him and he was a pleasure to work with.” Banking Dinner & Awards
“Adam was brilliant. He did a fantastic job on the three road shows and just gelled with our speakers instantly and he’s clearly very knowledgeable about the industry, which made him easy to work with. In the future we would definitely use Adam again.” Conference on Banking