Adam Butler is Chief Investment Officer at ReSolve Asset Management, bringing over 20 years of investment management experience.

He leads the research and portfolio management efforts at ReSolve, working to generate strong returns for clients in all market environments.

Adam has deep expertise in quantitative investing and systematic portfolio management. Prior to co-founding ReSolve, he held Portfolio Manager roles at Richardson GMP and Macquarie Private Wealth, and worked as an Investment Advisor at BMO Nesbitt Burns.

At ReSolve, Adam continues to evolve the firm’s quantitatively-focused investment process alongside his partners. He is a prolific contributor to ReSolve’s educational blog and a regular host of the company’s podcasts and live investment shows. Adam is a CFA and CAIA charterholder.
Through his work, Adam demonstrates ReSolve’s commitment to disciplined, robust investment strategies aimed at protecting capital and generating returns through both bull and bear markets.

Specialties: Adaptive Asset Allocation, Global Tactical Asset Allocation, Asset Allocation, Global Market Portfolio, Risk Parity, Systematic Investing, Momentum Investing, Portfolio Optimization, & ETFs.

Publications

  • Adaptive Asset Allocation
  • Adaptive Asset Allocation: A Primer (2015 update)
  • Momentum and Markowitz: A Golden Combination
  • A Century of Generalized Momentum; From Flexible Asset Allocations (FAA) to Elastic Asset Allocation (EAA)
  • Tactical Alpha: A Quantitative Case for Active Asset Allocation
  • Sensitivity of Safe Withdrawal Rates to Longevity, Market and Failure Risk Preferences with Implications for Asset Allocation
  • Global CAPE Model Optimization

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*ReSolve Global refers to ReSolve Asset Management SEZC (Cayman) which is registered with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission as a commodity trading advisor and commodity pool operator. This registration is administered through the National Futures Association (“NFA”). Further, ReSolve Global is a registered person with the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority.