Societe Generale accelerates its commitments in favour of a responsible ecological transition
A pioneer in financing renewable energies and committed since 2015 to aligning its activities to a trajectory limiting global warming to under 2°C, the Group’s voluntary and responsible strategy to answer the climate emergency is based on two priorities.
French banks spearheading green and responsible finance
The French Banking Federation (Fédération bancaire française or FBF) publish their third edition of the Banks & Climate report identifying the climate initiatives taken by the banking sector and showcasing the wide variety of solutions available to individuals and professionals to promote a greener economy.
DIGITAL & INNOVATION
TechWeek 2019 took place on 12 and 13 November at Societe Generale's technology hub Les Dunes in the east of Paris and on 14 November at the Bank's headquarters in La Défense. This unique event in the banking industry put the spotlight on use cases developed with the latest technologies by Societe Generale and its partners from the innovation and tech ecosystems to provide better customer service by combining the best of both the digital and human worlds.
GROW WITH AFRICA
The architect and anthropologist designing the African smart city
After spending two years studying advanced maths at the University of Lomé in Togo, Sénamé Koffi Agbodjinou moved to France to continue his education. It was during his studies in Paris that he became interested in Design, the History of Art and Architecture. That’s also when he discovered digital fabrication laboratories (or fablabs). In 2012, he founded Hub Cité.
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Societe Generale joins the Hydrogen Council, supporting the development of hydrogen for energy transition
Through this membership, the Bank commits to leveraging its expertise in innovative financing and energy advisory to help create tomorrow’s low-carbon hydrogen solutions.
2019 Credited rates for sogecap’s main guaranteed funds
In the current financial environment of low, or even negative interest rates, Sogecap, Societe Generale group’s life insurance company and leading bancassurance player in France, discloses an average rate credited to policyholders on its guaranteed fund of 1.35%(1), , and confirms its policy of increasing its financial reserves.