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Payments & Cash Management

Societe Generale offers domestic and international solutions that are designed to improve your payment processes, increase visibility of your accounts, allow the remote management of your transactions and efficiently concentrate your cash.

Global and local solutions for your cash management

In an ever-changing environment, reliable and efficient cash management is essential to the success of your business.

Societe Generale offers domestic and international solutions that are designed to:

  • improve your payment processes,
  • increase visibility of your accounts,
  • allow the remote management of your transactions
  • and efficiently concentrate your cash.

Combined with an international network of over 50 countries, we can structure agile solutions that meet your needs.

Efficient settlement of your payments

In these countries, you can process all your payments (to suppliers, employees, etc.) and collections in a secure, reliable and efficient way due to the availability of an extensive product line that has been engineered by our teams of experts. All to contribute to the success of your commercial activity and growth.

Remote management of your accounts and transactions

With our products and solutions, you can transmit your payment orders throughout the world with the highest level of security and efficiency and receive a detailed report.

Wherever your bank is located and wherever your accounts are domiciled, our solutions are adapted to the main payment instruments.

Cash concentration services

Our automated cash pooling solutions enable you to efficiently monitor your group’s overall position to improve your liquidity management and facilitate investment decisions.

More details about our Payments & Cash Management solutions here:

 Cash Management website 

At a time where treasurers face new challenges linked to evolving technologies, increased complexity and new frontiers, our teams are committed to bringing expertise, insight as well as innovative and reliable solutions to support your ambitions worldwide.

Aurélien Viry
Head of Payments & Cash Management

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Philippe Penichou
Philippe Penichou Head of the Payments & Cash Management International Network
Emmanuelle Petelle
Emmanuelle Petelle Deputy Head of Payments & Cash Management
Philippe Penichou

Philippe Penichou

Head of the Payments & Cash Management International Network

Philippe joined Societe Generale Group in Prague in 2015 as Regional Cash Management Director in charge of Central and Eastern Europe. From 2010 to 2015, Philippe led sales teams in charge of bank and non-bank financial institutions in Europe, Middle-East and Africa at JP Morgan in London. Prior to that, he held several commercial positions within the Global Transaction Banking divisions in different European and American banks.

Philippe has been Head of the Payments & Cash Management International Network since 2017.

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Emmanuelle Petelle

Emmanuelle Petelle

Deputy Head of Payments & Cash Management

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Emmanuelle joined Societe Generale in Paris in 2007 to set up the liabilities management’s business of Debt Capital Markets within the Global Finance Division. From 2009 to 2012 she set up and headed the Client Management Unit. Then she was appointed Head of the Relationship Management Unit in charge of the Aerospace & Defense, Technology, Holding sector within the Investment Banking division.

She has been appointed in 2017 as Deputy Head of Payments & Cash Management, with special supervision of Sales in France.

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