Compliance & Regulatory Information
Societe Generale is embracing the global reforms of the financial system.
Recent and upcoming regulations seek to increase transparency, improve financial stability and support international cooperation to build a safer environment for all market participants.
Societe Generale Corporate & Investment Banking (“SG CIB”) is committed to adhere to the resulting laws and regulations, as well as maintaining and promoting strong ethical standards.
SG CIB is committed to the prevention of all financial crimes including the ongoing fight against the threat of money laundering, terrorist financing and corruption.
The fairness and integrity of our practices are at the core of our relationship with our clients.
Societe Generale is a French credit institution that is supervised by the European Central Bank (‘ECB’) and the Autorité de Contrôle Prudentiel et de Résolution (the French Prudential Control and Resolution Authority) (‘ACPR’) ; as well as local authorities in its branches and subsidiaries. Resulting in obligations to international recommendations and regulations, as well as to national or Community law.
The policies and procedures in place, as outlined in our Group Code of Conduct help promote the Culture of Compliance with special attention to Conduct Risk.
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Important informational disclosures to clients of Societe Generale entities and branches within the EEA
Various reforms have been or are being undertaken to make the financial system more stable and reduce risk transfers...
Societe Generale has implemented strong systems, controls and procedures designed to prevent, detect and report money...