The Shareholders’ Consultative Committee
For over 20 years, the Shareholders’ Consultative Committee has enhanced the Group’s communications with its shareholders. The Committee’s objective is to promote regular, informative and high-quality dialogue.
Composition of the Committee
The Shareholders’ Consultative Committee is made up of 14 individual shareholders appointed for a term of three years.
Ms Sandy Elkaim, Mr Patrick Bataillard, Mr Bruno Chapoulart, Mr Jean-Jacques Becouze, Mr Emmanuel Hau, Ms Monique Peruchon, Mr Louis Van Roosendaal, Ms Stéphanie Leclerc, Ms Nathalie Lemonnier, Mr Jacques Bouchard, Ms Michèle Ferrebeuf, Mr Frédéric Rodriguez, Ms Alix Blanchot.
The Committee works to improve Societe Generale’s communications with individual shareholders in three ways:
- It forms an opinion on individual shareholder policies
- It offers proposals on various aspects of communications and relations with individual shareholders (media, communications initiatives, etc.)
- It expresses individual shareholders’ expectations to Senior Management.
Societe Generale organises regular meetings with shareholders to promote dialogue and to keep them informed of the latest Group news and challenges.
Societe Generale meetings
Attended by a member of General Management, these meetings are organised in collaboration with our Retail Banking network.
- Paris, Palais des Congrès, 10 december 2014
- Paris, Palais des Congrès, 21 november 2014
The Group takes part in multi-issuer meetings, in partnership with other listed companies.
- The 2015 programme will be determined soon
Every year, Societe Generale takes part in several different shareholder events. These events give the Group an opportunity to improve dialogue and communication with its shareholders.
Actionaria: an expo dedicated to the stock market
This trade fair for brokerage and financial products is held every November at the Palais des Congrès convention centre in Paris. Our teams are at your disposal during the two days of the trade fair.
Village des actionnaires
Created by several major French groups, the Village des actionnaires (in French only) aims to improve relations between shareholders and companies. This event includes conferences, workshops and personalised meetings.