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Societe Generale Private Banking continues to expand wealth management structure in France


Societe Generale Private Banking, the wealth management arm of Societe Generale group, continues to strengthen its presence in France’s regions and is establishing its private banking teams in Nantes, Nice and Toulouse.

The private bank is increasing its proximity to entrepreneurs and high net worth individuals in the Nantes, Nice and Toulouse regions in order to accompany them in the management of their wealth. Societe Generale Private Banking will focus in particular on accompanying entrepreneurs, company directors and members of the liberal professions in their projects to sell or pass on their businesses, as well as in every phase of investment and strategic development of their company. Clients will also have access to the whole of the private bank’s comprehensive and tailor-made offering in investment and financial services.

The private banking teams in Nantes, Nice and Toulouse will benefit from the expertise of Societe Generale’s retail banking network, with which the private bank has been developing a partnership since 2008.

The teams in Nantes, Nice and Toulouse report to the regional private banking centres in Rennes, Marseille and Bordeaux respectively.

Societe Generale Private Banking is also present in Bordeaux, Lille, Lyon, Marseille, Paris, Rennes and Strasbourg.

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