Mirabaud AM expands convertible bonds offering with global SMID-focused strategy

Convertible bonds in a ‘sweet spot’

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Nicolas Cremieux is co-head of convertible bonds
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Nicolas Cremieux is co-head of convertible bonds

Mirabaud Asset Management has added to its range of convertible bond strategies with the launch of a new portfolio targeting global small- and mid-cap (SMID) convertible bond opportunities.

The SMID-focused global convertible bonds strategy has been spearheaded by Mirabaud AM's co-head of convertible bonds Nicolas Crémieux and has a "fully integrated" ESG process. The new portfolio, which is classified as Article 8 under SFDR, will invest in approximately 50 positions. Mirabaud Asset Management strengthens teams with trio of senior hires Mirabaud AM said that Cremieux and the rest of the convertible bonds team, which consists of five Paris-based sector specialists, intend to pursue convertible issuers below $5bn in size within high-growth sectors, including healthcare...

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