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Romain Miginiac

Romain Miginiac - Fund Manager & Head of Research at Atlanticomnium SA

Romain Miginiac is a Fund Manager and Head of Research at Atlanticomnium SA

Romain joined Atlanticomnium in September 2018 and co-manages the GAM Sustainable Climate Bond and GAM Credit Opportunities strategies. Prior to this Romain was with Aberdeen Standard Investments where he spent the last two years as a credit analyst covering European financial institutions. Before that 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 is a CFA® Charterholder and has passed the CFA UK’s Certificate in ESG investing. He is based in Geneva.

Romain Miginiac

My Insights

Outlook 2024
Outlook 2024: Romain Miginiac (Subordinated Debt)
December 2023

Subordinated debt – A clear dislocation between fundamentals and valuations

Investment Opinions
European Bank AT1s - Act II: Normalisation
05 October 2023

Following the fallout of the Credit Suisse collapse in March, a dislocation between fundamentals and valuations has persisted in the Additional Tier 1 (AT1) market. Atlanti’s Romain Miginiac discusses how a return to the ‘status quo’ of robust earnings, new issues and banks calling creates a positive environment for AT1s.

Investment Opinions
AT1 CoCos remain attractive
30 May 2023

AT1 contingent convertible bonds (CoCos) were in the news in the first quarter of this year following the takeover of Credit Suisse by UBS. Atlanti’s Head of Research Romain Miginiac says that despite this, the AT1 market remains viable and attractive within the subordinated debt of European financials.

GAM Explains
GAM Explains: Green bonds
28 April 2023

What are green bonds?

My Awards

GAM awarded “Green bond fund of the year” at the Environmental Finance Awards
April 2023

GAM’s Sustainable Climate Bond strategy was named Green bond fund of the year at the Environmental Finance Awards in its first full year in existence. The judges said it was an “interesting” and “thoughtful” strategy to use green bonds to channel green finance to a broader pool than just the large corporate green bond issuers.

Read more here.