Marie-Laure Gastellu

Marie-Laure Gastellu

Head of Trade Services

Transaction Banking - Societe Generale

Marie-Laure Gastellu is Head of Trade Services.  Engaged in the transformation of trade finance, she is an executive banker with 30 years of experience in banking, transformation, innovation and management of large French and international teams.

Marie-Laure joins Societe Generale in 1989 within the internal consulting department. In 1994, she takes responsibility for a portfolio of corporate clients in Paris and then in New York, and runs SG Americas’ Marketing division from 2001 to 2004.

Until 2006, Marie-Laure is Global COO of Societe Generale’s  division for corporate clients and investors, and then Chief of Staff to Chairman and CEO Daniel Bouton between 2006 and 2009.

Her return to the client segment takes her to southern Paris as Regional Head for the Yvelines region until 2013 and then as Managing Director of the Paris Rive-Gauche Corporate business center.

In November 2016, Marie-Laure becomes Deputy Head of  Societe Generale’s Trade Services  division.

Marie-Laure is a graduate of the ESLSCA business school.

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29
Mar
2021
Green trade finance - Banking's next decade Ch 3/4
Marie-Laure Gastellu, global head of trade finance and services at Societe Generale, discusses the development of green...
Alternative Funds Services
Marie-Laure Gastellu, global head of trade finance and services at Societe Generale, discusses the development of green trade finance including efforts to develop globally recognised standards, as well as increasing customer demand for green trade finance solutions.
Green trade finance - Banking's next decade Ch 3/4
04
Nov
2020
Supply chain finance - Banking's next decade Ch 4/4
Marie-Laure Gastellu, global head of trade finance and services at Societe Generale, speaks to James King about the...
Alternative Funds Services
Marie-Laure Gastellu, global head of trade finance and services at Societe Generale, speaks to James King about the outlook for supply chain finance in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic and the steps banks are taking to better serve their clients in a changing world.
Supply chain finance - Banking's next decade Ch 4/4
16
Sep
2019
Learning to love the trade ecosystem
It is no exaggeration to state that trade is a vast and fragmented ecosystem, involving a wide range of different...
Avis d'experts
It is no exaggeration to state that trade is a vast and fragmented ecosystem, involving a wide range of different players across various industries: manufacturers, retailers, customs, transport and logistics, insurers, banks and others. All have a part to play in their interlocking local, regional and global networks.
Learning to love the trade ecosystem