Turnover: 28.1 billion EUR (2022)
Société Générale is one of France's leading and oldest banks. It is one of the three pillars of the French non-mutual banking industry, along with Crédit Lyonnais and BNP Paribas.
Société Générale is a universal bank. The group is made up of three main pillars, supported by two core businesses.
The three pillars of Societe Generale, at the heart of the development of the relationship banking model, are :
Retail networks in France (Société Générale, Crédit du Nord and Boursorama)
International retail networks (IBFS: International Banking and Financial Services)
Corporate and Investment Banking (SG CIB, GBIS, SGSS), which manages Corporate Banking and Fixed Income, Structured Finance, Debt and Forex on the one hand, and Equity and Advisory activities on the other.
To support the development of these three pillars, the Group's other two business lines are :
Specialized Financial Services & Insurance
Private Banking, Asset Management and Investor Services(19th worldwide with $1,512 billion in assets under management)
The Societe Generale Group employs 1,48,300 people of 121 nationalities in 67 countries.
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