Societe Generale speeds up its digital transformation with @microsoftfrance http://goo.gl/SaM8Fk #Digit4All
"Societe Generale speeds up its digital transformation"
"For 150 years, innovation in the service of our clients has been part of Societe Generale's DNA. The DigitForAll programme and Microsoft agreement will help the Group take another step forward in building the bank of tomorrow." Françoise Mercadal Delasalles, Group Head of Corporate Resources and Innovation
Societe Generale is the bank supporting Rugby World Cup 2015
From 18 September to 31 October 2015, the world will be oval, as 20 teams compete in 48 matches across England and Wales. Emblematic players, unforgettable moments, rival spectators each as passionate as the next... Rugby World Cup 2015 is in record-breaking form! Societe Generale has been committed to rugby at all levels since 1987 and will share in the emotions of Rugby World Cup 2015 as the official partner bank of the event, because we love rugby.
The official rugby bank: a historic commitment
In 1987, Societe Generale became the official "rugby bank". This partnership means that today the bank can display its colours right on the goalposts and link its values to those of the sport. It is a commitment that has not come about by happenstance: its roots reach back to the beginning of the last century.
Digital banking relationships
The rise of the internet has popularised online services and access to data, whose numbers and uses have soared. The widespread adoption of smartphones has highlighted this phenomenon and given people mobility, along with new practices that are transforming the way banks interact with their customers.
New ways to pay
From contactless payment by mobile phone to "e-wallets" and money transfers via SMS, new technologies have given rise to a profusion of payment methods. All the players in this rapidly changing segment are striving to outdo each other with innovations to attract increasingly connected and mobile consumers.
Latest press releases
Societe Generale Securities Services in Tunisia mandated by RBC Investor & Treasury Services
Societe Generale Securities Services (SGSS) in Tunisia has been mandated by RBC Investor & Treasury Services (RBC I&TS) to act as its sub-custody bank in the country.
Societe Generale Securities Services mandated by Ellipsis Asset Management for its « swing pricing » offer in France
Societe Generale Securities Services (SGSS) has been mandated by Ellipsis Asset Management for its « swing pricing » offer, covering a selection of its funds in France. Authorised in France since the publication of the French Asset Management Association’s (AFG) charter on 20 June 2014, « swing pricing » is a mechanism which enables the net asset value to be calculated in a way which assures more equality among shareholders, notably by reducing the dilution effect related to significant subscription or redemption movements. In the absence of such a mechanism, the costs of readjusting the fund would be borne by shareholders who are already in the fund, whereas the costs are actually caused by the movements of other investors, namely those entering the fund or withdrawing from it.