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News and Views - February Newsletter

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.


We believe there is value available to investors in both developed and emerging markets, across a diversified range of fixed income strategies
Rob Bailey, Head of UK Wholesale Distribution


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For over 30 years GAM has specialised in fixed income strategies. Over this time we have seen the asset class evolve significantly, and as times have changed, so has our offering. Our capabilities in this area allow our clients to access the most sophisticated strategies available.

Our in-house and external managers have built up enviable track records across fixed income asset classes. We offer a wide range of fixed income funds with a variety of objectives and risk profiles to suit your investment goals.

Gregoire Mivelaz
Fund Manager, Atlanticomnium SA
Tom Mansley
Investment Director


High income

We believe absolute and excess yield levels remain elevated, both within a historical and the current cyclical context, while inflationary pressures remain contained.

Cheap valuations

In our view, the asset class is oversold and under-owned, both from a fundamental, valuation and market technical perspective, offering compelling entry levels to investors.

External re-balancing

EM trade and current account balances are back in positive territory, empirically a strong cyclical support to asset class returns.

Growth rebound

The EM growth cycle ex-China has turned; the growth differential to developed economies is set to widen and EM assets should outperform.

This engaging panel discussion looked at on where to find attractive yield opportunities in 2021. At a time of ultra-low interest rates and government bond yields, finding opportunities in fixed income is more challenging than ever.

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.


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Disclaimer: Past performance is not an indicator of future performance and current or future trends. The indications could be based on figures denominated in a currency that may be different from the currency of your residence country and therefore the return may increase or decrease as a result of currency fluctuations. Capital at risk: all financial investments involve an element of risk. Therefore, the value of the investment and the income from it will vary and the initial investment amount cannot be guaranteed. Any reference to a security is not a recommendation to buy or sell that security.