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Matthias Dax
Sub-Sovereigns & Agencies, ESG
UniCredit Bank, Munich
Am Eisbach 4 - MRE3FI
80538 Munich
Germany
+49 89 378-13946

Matthias Dax is a credit analyst in UniCredit’s Financials Credit Research team, with a focus on Sub-Sovereigns, Agencies and Supras bonds and ESG topics. Matthias joined UniCredit in 2012 and has been working in the Research department since 2016. Before joining the Financial Credit Research team in 2019, Matthias worked in the Research Operations and Regulatory Controls unit. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Financial Services Management (BA) from AKAD University Stuttgart.

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