Adam Honoré is the founder and CEO of MarketsTech, LLC.
Prior to this, Mr. Honoré was a managing director at NASDAQ OMX responsible for FinQloud business development.
Before NASDAQ OMX, Mr. Honoré was the research director for the institutional securities practice at Aite Group, specializing in financial services technology.
focused on strategic technology initiatives associated with high performance trading, market data, machine-readable content, smart order routing, technology services, complex event processing (CEP), straight-through processing (STP), and risk management issues.
has been quoted in media publications like The Wall Street Journal, the New York Times
, Financial Times
, Associated Press
, Investor's Business Daily
, the Washington Post
, and Business Week
, as well as industry publications like Wall Street & Technology.
has presented at leading industry events globally.
has conducted consulting engagements for global exchanges, Fortune 500 technology and brokerage companies, as well as routine work in trading technology advising on partnerships, M&A, competitive positioning, product roadmaps, market entrance, marketing, and thought leadership.
Prior to joining Aite Group, Mr. Honoré was the Product Director responsible for front office solutions at Comprehensive Software Systems, Inc., including CRM, portfolio & account management, content management, and business intelligence platforms.
Prior to CSS, Mr. Honoré was responsible for development at Tucker Anthony Sutro Capital Markets, designing and creating applications for investment banking & research, including one of the early capital markets online personalized research delivery websites.
Before Tucker Anthony, Mr. Honoré was a software engineer at Strong Capital Management.
While there, Mr. Honoré
helped create an online brokerage platform, tools for their award winning mutual fund site, and intranet applications supporting Strong's enterprise, including the call center.
Mr. Honoré received his BA from the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee with a double major in Public Relations and History.
is a four year veteran of the U.S. Army
, including tours in Korea and Desert Storm.
Mr. Honoré has received a citation from the Wisconsin State Legislature for charitable development work, and was Master of Ceremonies for the 1990 Missouri Special Olympics.