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21
Oct
2019
Month of derivatives at Societe Generale
As a recognized global leader in derivatives, Societe Generale is organizing a series of derivatives conferences for...
04
Oct
2019
Global Capital Derivatives Awards 2019
SG CIB is pleased to announce that it has won the Industry Initiative of the Year for its Hedge To Pledge product at the...
25
Sep
2019
Safety First - The Big Picture Q4 Outlook
The European equity story is a battle between poor earnings prospects and a troubled political landscape on the one...
24
Sep
2019
Hardwiring Philantropy into FX Trading
Just small rounding adjustments to the trillions of dollars traded in foreign exchange markets every day could change...
23
Sep
2019
Societe Generale offers sight of Europe’s new interest rate swap using €STR
Societe Generale has entered into one of the first interest rate swaps using the euro short-term rate (€STR) as a...
Global markets
Societe Generale has entered into one of the first interest rate swaps using the euro short-term rate (€STR) as a floating-rate underlying, making use of the new interest rate benchmark that will eventually replace the 20-year old Eonia (European overnight index average) rate.
Societe Generale offers sight of Europe’s new interest rate swap using €STR
19
Sep
2019
Multi Asset Portfolio Report - Reduce bond exposure, look East for opportunities
In their just released Multi Asset Portfolio Outlook for 4Q 2019 titled “Reduce bond exposure, look East for...
24
Jun
2019
Appointments of James Masserio and Salim Nemouchi
Societe Generale Announces Co-Heads of Equities and Equity Derivatives Americas
Press release
Societe Generale Announces Co-Heads of Equities and Equity Derivatives Americas
Appointments of James Masserio and Salim Nemouchi
08
Mar
2019
Structured Retail Products Europe Awards 2019
Societe Generale won seven awards in the Structured Retail Products Europe 2019 Awards.
25
Feb
2019
Opening up derivative locks in Ghana and Mongolia
Emerging markets governments and, to a lesser degree, corporates have borrowed heavily in US dollars, exposing them to a...
News
Emerging markets governments and, to a lesser degree, corporates have borrowed heavily in US dollars, exposing them to a currency risk in a world in which US rates appear only to be rising. There is a clear need for these issuers to hedge against this risk, and that derived from raising funds in foreign currency.
Opening up derivative locks in Ghana and Mongolia