Societe Generale Private Banking has made new appointments as it aims to strengthen the commercial structure it has developed to serve wealthy Middle East and African clients Eddy Abramo has been appointed Global Market Manager for Middle East clients; Jean-Paul Rame becomes Global Market Manager for Africa.
What does SocGen stand for?
SocGen stands for Societe Generale (French bank)
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Societe Generale Expressbank was ranked 1st in Bulgaria in Euromoney's Cash Management Non-Financial Survey 2012.
uk Societe Generale SCF, the covered-bond issuing arm of French bank Societe Generale SA (SocGen) (SOGN.
Kerviel started ar Societe Generale in 2000, spending more than five years learning its rules and regulations in the back office before earning a promotion to the trading floor.
Societe Generale continues to occupy multiple floors in the building.
Among France's three major commercial banking groups, Societe Generale boasts the highest banking income per employee, as well as the highest returns, whether these be measured relative to shareholder's equity or balance-sheet total.