Adam Wasserman is GLDPartners Managing Partner and has a senior background in economic strategy, project finance, infrastructure development, ports management and public policy. Adam has an extensive knowledge of transportation, global logistics, infrastructure, competitiveness, economic development and finance.
Adam has experience in the public and private sectors in the US and Europe in senior leadership roles in ports and economic development. Adam planned and delivered large infrastructure and property projects such as the redevelopment of a 350 acre site to a maritime-oriented industrial district, a new $600M marine terminal & 1200 acre international logistics park and the development of a port hinterland district around the UK’s largest ports complex. Adam has public policy experience in the US and Europe leading efforts to create policy, establish investment plans and change legislation at the US federal government, UK Government and the EU. Adam has held senior positions leading economic development in New York, Baltimore, Washington DC and in the United Kingdom and is responsible for delivering $4.5B of project investment.
Adam has a MA/MBA degree in Environmental Planning and Finance and a BS degree in Real Estate and Finance from Arizona State University. He has completed training in international finance from the Export-Import Bank of the United States, the Thunderbird School of International Management and earned further credentials from Loyola College in International Trade.
Adam has long been involved with the International Economic Development Council, American Association of Port Authorities, British Urban Regeneration Association, US Chamber of Commerce (Maritime Committee), Council for Supply Chain Management Professionals. Coalition for America’s Gateway’s and Corridors and the European Development Association.