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Julian Kreipl, CFA
Sub-Sovereigns & Agencies, ESG
UniCredit Bank, Munich
Am Eisbach 4 - MRE3FI
80538 Munich
Germany
+49 89 378-12961

Julian Kreipl is a credit analyst in UniCredit’s Financials Credit Research team, with a focus on the SSA and ESG universe. Julian joined UniCredit in 2018 after gathering more than five years of experience as a fixed income portfolio manager at LBBW Asset Management and as a credit analyst in the financials research division of LBBW. He holds a bachelor’s in business administration (B.A.) from Duale Hochschule/The Open University and is also a CFA charterholder.

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