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Robin joined in November 2019 as a credit analyst covering the utility, healthcare, capital goods, real estate and service sectors. Prior to this, Robin worked for BBVA covering a wide range of sectors including utilities, infra & services, and telecoms, media & technology (TMT), with a strong focus on European peripheral corporates. Robin initially joined BBVA as a liability management analyst in 2017 and worked on landmark transactions, such as the first hybrid tender offer ever targeting calls over a year. Prior to BBVA, Robin worked as a high yield desk analyst at Credit Agricole CIB in New York where he covered, among others, oil & gas, aircraft lessors & rentals, hospitals, gaming & lodging, and semiconductors. Robin holds a MSc in Management from Georgia Institute of Technology and Grenoble École de Management, and is a CFA charterholder.
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