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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

8 min read

The subordinated debt solution to rising rates
13 April 2021

In a world of record low interest rates, traditional bond investors face an asymmetrical risk-reward scenario, capturing little income while facing the threat of declining prices due to rising rates. Atlanticomnium’s Head of Research Romain Miginiac believes subordinated debt can offer an attractive value proposition, potentially enabling investors to capture high income with low sensitivity to interest rates.

Investment Opinions

7 min read

European banks: The slow path to normalisation
08 March 2021

Q4 2020 marked a gradual path back to normalisation for European banks, says Atlanticomnium’s Head of Research Romain Miginiac. Last year proved to be a real-life stress test for the banking sector, and it showed resilience beyond expectations. Capital ratios ended the year higher and shareholder payouts are back on the table.

Investment Opinions

6 min read

Outlook 2021: Subordinated debt - a credit sweet spot
29 December 2020

Atlanticomnium’s Romain Miginiac suggests several areas of the subordinated debt market look attractive heading into 2021, both from an income and upside potential perspective.

Investment Opinions

9 min read

Banks and ESG: from governance (G) to environmental (E)
17 November 2020

After major improvements in bank governance following the global financial crisis (GFC), Atlanticomnium’s Romain Miginiac suggests banks are likely to play an increasingly active role in the environmental transition.