By Y V | Editor | 26/08/13
A group like Air France-KLM, which purchases large quantities of fuel, needs a hedge against sudden upswings in oil prices: to do this, it uses the services of the Societe Generale trading desk.
By Farid Ameur | Historian | 23/08/13
Between the wars, Jules Ladoumègue made his mark on the history of sport. While wearing the colours of the Societe Generale Athletics Club (CASG), he turned in a series of performances that thrust him into the limelight. Here's a look back at the unusual journey of a popular champion.
By Y V | Editor | 19/08/13
Orapi is a company that continues to growth rapidly in the still-fragmented market for professional hygiene products. Banque Rhône-Alpes, a subsidiary of Crédit du Nord, has provided the company with responsiveness and equity financing expertise.
By Farid Ameur | Historian | 05/08/13
Summer 1914. France was shaken by the cataclysm of the First World War. An employee at the Toulouse branch, Raymond Bouyssou, had to leave for the front, setting aside what had been until then an exemplary career with Societe Generale. A singular experience lay ahead.