Our strategy

Supporting economic growth through finance

Our teams act as intermediaries between the companies and states that need financing, and the investors looking for investment opportunities.

This supports the entrepreneurial ecosystems that nurture growth sectors such as technologyinfrastructure, telecommunications and energy. We also provide investment solutions for pension funds, insurance companies and others that manage savings.

"We help our clients create growth in economies, businesses and jobs. Our goal is to support them in accessing financing, diversifying their source of funding, and as a financial institution to contribute to an effective functioning of financial markets."

At Societe Generale Corporate & Investment Banking (SG CIB), nearly 12,000* professionals in more than 40* countries connect entrepreneurs, large corporates, financial institutions, governments and investors with capital markets, and provide financing, investment and risk management solutions. Across Europe, the Middle-East & Africa, the Americas and Asia-Pacific, we are using skills, innovation and reach to tailor solutions for our clients.

Solutions for Corporates, Financial Institutions and the Public Sector:

Enhance your access to finance through bespoke global solutions that bring together expert advice and powerful distribution. Our services cover M&A, capital structure advisory, and asset & liability management. They are combined with high-quality debt and equity capital raising, optimised financing, and risk management specialising in foreign exchange and rates derivatives notably.

Opportunities for Investors:

Strengthen your performance through market intelligence, trade ideas and risk management from our global markets platform. We deliver seamless access to all asset classes (equity, rates, credit, currencies, commodities and derivatives), as well as advice, high-quality execution (both agency and principal), forward-looking research, an industry-leading clearing proposition and prime brokerage services.

* Figures as of 31/12/2017.