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Structured Products Europe Awards 2017

20/11/2017

 

Societe Generale is pleased to announce that it has received a host of awards at this year’s Structured Products Europe Award 2017:

EUROPE HOUSE OF THE YEAR
The last 12 months have seen bullish sentiment resulting in massive inflows into equity structured products, tempered by caution about the rally amid a backdrop of unusually low volatility. Leader in Structured Products, Societe Generale was well placed to capture this trend through its unparalleled global network, broad range of wrappers and deep client connectivity.
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FICC HOUSE OF THE YEAR
Based on the bank’s extensive FICC expertise and understanding of market conditions, the bank has been able to innovate and adapt its “traditional” products in order to provide clients with tailored solutions which offer sustainable returns, alternative indexations, or higher leverage. Moreover, the bank has maintained and improved its leadership in Structured Products - notably in Nordic Region and Switzerland.
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RETAIL STRUCTURER OF THE YEAR
Over the past year, the objective in retail distribution has been to maintain the bank’s leadership by meeting client demand and continuously adapting the franchise to the fast-changing market conditions. The bank’s client service excellence, product manufacturing expertise and cross asset & disruptive (for example Positive Impact Finance) approach have allowed to meet the specific investment objectives of distributors and the end clients.
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BANK TECHNOLOGY PROVIDER OF THE YEAR
The bank’s continuous investment in digital technologies has translated into an industry leading digital platform: SG Markets. More specifically, SG MARKETS Structured Products, one of the platform's available services, provides through its user-friendly interface market leading electronic capabilities ranging from pricing to execution for primary issuance and secondary market transactions.
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