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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Societe Generale announces several appointments:

Didier Valet, Chief Financial Officer of Societe Generale group, is appointed CEO of Societe Generale Corporate & Investment Banking (SG CIB) as of 3 January 2012. He replaces Michel Péretié, who has decided to pursue other opportunities outside the bank. Didier Valet is a member of Societe Generale group’s Executive Committee.

Christophe Mianné is appointed Deputy CEO of Societe Generale Corporate & Investment Banking and will supervise the Global Markets as well as operations and IT. Christophe is a member of Societe Generale’s General Management Committee

Bertrand Badré is appointed Chief Financial Officer of Societe Generale group. This position will be effective as of 3 January 2012. He is a member of the Group’s Executive Committee

“I would like to thank Michel Péretié for his commitment over the past 3 years in supporting Societe Generale Corporate & Investment Banking especially in this financial crisis environment. Didier Valet’s experience as CFO, his extensive understanding of the capital market activities, of the regulatory constraints as well as investor expectations and his strong leadership capacity will be key to drive the adaptation of Societe Generale Corporate & Investment Banking to this new environment.

I am extremely happy to welcome Bertrand Badré to Societe Generale. His strong experience in the financial sector will be a strong contribution to our company’s success.” said Frédéric Oudéa, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Societe Generale group.

Next Finance , December 2011

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