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Alain Pierre Fischer

Alain Pierre Fischer

Chief Digital Officer – GBIS

Societe Generale

Alain Fischer began his career within Axa’s Life Insurance Actuary Department. He was appointed Project Manager within the Economic and Financial Research Department of Chevreux in 1997, before becoming Head of Research & Sales Technology.

In 2007, he joined Societe Generale Corporate & Investment Banking’s (SG CIB) Cash Equity team as Global Head of Projects & Organization and then later became Global Head of Operations and Technology for the Research and Strategy department. In 2013, he was appointed Global Head of e-Business for Global Markets.

Alain Fischer is a graduate of the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Informatique et de Mathématiques Appliquées, in France.

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02
Jun
2017
Why I distinguish between robots (RPA) and automation
In recent months, a new craze has swept through the IT departments of many large companies: a new wave of so-called...
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In recent months, a new craze has swept through the IT departments of many large companies: a new wave of so-called robots (or "Robotic Process Automation" software, to be precise) promises to streamline enterprise processes at very competitive costs without having to make any changes to legacy systems.
Why I distinguish between robots (RPA) and automation
06
May
2017
Someday, blockchain may actually transform banking
In financial institutions, the reception blockchain has received to date has been along familiar lines: ignored at...
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In financial institutions, the reception blockchain has received to date has been along familiar lines: ignored at first, then mocked, before being hugely overhyped.
Someday, blockchain may actually transform banking
27
Mar
2017
What about digital in Corporate and Investment Banking?
In the current era of social networks and FinTech start-ups, when the topic of "digital bank" comes up, it is mostly...
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In the current era of social networks and FinTech start-ups, when the topic of "digital bank" comes up, it is mostly associated with financial services for consumers and, possibly, small and medium enterprises.
What about digital in Corporate and Investment Banking?