Société Générale

Societe Generale is one of the largest financial services groups in the euro-zone. The Group employs 157,000 people worldwide in three key businesses:

  • Retail Banking, Specialised Financing & Insurance: Societe Generale serves 32 million individual customers worldwide.
  • Private Banking, Global Investment Management & Services: Societe Generale is one of the largest banks in the euro-zone in terms of assets under custody (EUR 3,246 billion, March 2010) and under management (EUR 164 billion excluding Amundi, March 2010).
  • Corporate & Investment Banking: Societe Generale tailors solutions for its clients across sectors by capitalising on its worldwide expertise in investment banking, global finance, and global markets.

Societe Generale is included in the socially-responsible investment indexes: FTSE4Good and ASPI. In 2010, the title of SAM Sector Mover was awarded to Societe Generale.


March 2014

News Societe Generale agrees to sell to DBS its private banking activities in Asia

Societe Generale has agreed to sell to DBS its private banking activities in Asia operated in Singapore and Hong Kong, representing a total of USD 12.6bn of assets under management as of 31 December 2013.

March 2012

People Moves Karim Hajjaji appointed COO of Socgen’s GIMS

Karim Hajjaji has been appointed Chief Operating Officer of GIMS, the division of Societe Generale Group which comprises Private Banking, Asset Management and Securities Services. He joins the executive management of (...)

January 2012

People Moves Sofiene Haj Taieb to leave SocGen

After 16 years with Societe Generale CIB, Sofiene Haj Taieb, Global Head of Cross Asset Solutions has decided to leave the bank ...

January 2012

People Moves Redundancy plan: Société Générale to join the party

The announcements of job cuts in investment banking continues. After a year fueled by rumors, Société Générale has officially announced the implementation of a voluntary departure plan for approximately 880 investment bankers (...)

December 2011

People Moves Didier Valet, new CEO of Socgen CIB

He replaces Michel Péretié, who has decided to pursue other opportunities outside the bank. Christophe Mianné will be the Deputy CEO

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