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Romain Miginiac

Romain Miginiac - Head of Research at Atlanticomnium S.A.

Romain Miginiac is a Head of Research at Atlanticomnium S.A.

Prior to joining Atlanticomnium SA in September 2018, Mr Miginiac was with Aberdeen Standard Investments where he spent the last two years as a credit analyst covering European financial institutions. Prior to that, he held positions with KPMG and UBS in financial services audit and wealth management respectively. Romain holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Geneva and a master’s degree in finance from ESADE Business School.

Romain Miginiac

My Insights

Investment Opinions 11 min read

High income credit: European bank AT1s – a relative safe haven

24 July 2020

Atlanticomnium’s Romain Miginiac suggests AT1 contingent convertible bonds (CoCos) are well positioned to outperform in the coming years underpinned by resilient credit quality in an uncertain environment and remote default risk in the context of rising defaults.

11 min read
Weekly Manager Views 4 min read

Weekly Manager Views: Fixed Income

17 July 2020

At GAM Investments’ Weekly Fixed Income Meeting held on 14 July, three of our investment specialists discussed their views on current market conditions.

4 min read
Investment Opinions 9 min read

Q1 bank results: Covid-19 has not derailed the credit story

05 May 2020

Following the release of Q1 earnings statements, Atlanticomnium’s Romain Miginiac suggests that Covid-19 has not derailed the credit story of European banks.

9 min read
Investment Opinions 8 min read

DISCOs - More Positive Catalysts to Come

20 February 2020

Prices of Discounted Perpetual FRNs (Floating Rate Notes) have recovered since H2 2019, fuelled by several positive catalyst events. Romain Miginiac, Head of Research at Atlanticomnium, believes that 2020 could bring further positive catalysts to the market as financials move to new-style instruments.

8 min read