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Aurélien Viry

Aurélien Viry

Head of Payments & Cash Management

Societe Generale

Aurelien Viry is Head of Payments & Cash Management for Societe Generale since December 2016. He is responsible of developing the global cash management business line activities within Societe Generale Group.

He joins Societe Generale’s General Inspection department in 1990 and is appointed Deputy Head for the Group’s subsidiary in Seoul in 1996. In 1999, he becomes COO for the North Asian region. In 2001 he is appointed COO of Societe Generale Securities Services for Asia. In 2003, he returns to France to join the Global Equities and Derivatives Department as Head of the Middle Office. In 2005, he is appointed General Manager for GENEFIM, the Group’s real estate leasing subsidiary. In 2011, he joins Komercni Banka, the Group’s subsidiary in the Czech Republic, as a member of the management committee in charge of Risk.

Aurelien holds degrees in Business Administration from ESCP and in Accounting and Finance.

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22
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2019
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The way forward for cross-border payments
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