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24
Dec
2019
Disclosure to clients regarding Foreign Exchange ("FX") Sales & Traders Practices
The purpose of this General Disclosure Statement is to clarify the nature of the trading relationship between you, our...
Foreign exchange
The purpose of this General Disclosure Statement is to clarify the nature of the trading relationship between you, our client, and SOCIETE GENERALE S.A. Global Markets Division ("SG") and to disclose relevant practices of SG when acting as a dealer, on a principal basis, in the wholesale Foreign Exchange markets.
Disclosure to clients regarding Foreign Exchange ("FX") Sales & Traders Practices
06
Dec
2019
Navigating the African Markets
An interest rates & foreign exchange guide for corporations operating in Africa
27
Nov
2019
Risk Awards 2020
We are pleased to announce that for the second year in a row, Societe Generale was named Structured Products House of...
21
Nov
2019
Global Finance Best FX Providers Awards 2020
Big wins for Societe Generale at the Global Finance Best FX Providers Awards 2020.
25
Oct
2019
SG Market Risk Outlook - In Balance
Risk assets continue to be on a roll this year, buoyed by US monetary policy doing an about face and extreme...
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...
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...
03
Apr
2019
Hedge to Pledge: Hardwiring philanthropy into FX Trading
Hardwiring philanthropy into FX Trading
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Hardwiring philanthropy into FX Trading
Hedge to Pledge: Hardwiring philanthropy into FX Trading
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...
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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