A winner at the 2014 "Grand Prix de la Transparence" transparency awards

Activities / Products & Services
Published on 16/10/2014

The Grands Prix de la Transparence, awarded by an independent committee of experts organised by Labrador Company, assess the regulatory information of companies listed on the SBF 120 index according to four key criteria: accessibility, precision, comparability and availability.

The committee analyses companies' registration documents, interim financial statements, websites and notices of general shareholders' meetings according to 120 public criteria. Ranked third in 2013, Societe Generale was awarded the top prize in the "Financial Companies" category for 2014.

The awards ceremony took place on 7 October at the Palais Brongniart.

This distinction is a testament to the efforts of Societe Generale's teams and its drive to deliver transparent and high-quality information to all of its shareholders and investors, a token of a relationship based on trust.

Philippe Heim, Chief Financial Officer of Societe Generale Group

The four pillars of transparency

Accessibility: Finding the information you need quickly.

Precision: Obtaining all regulatory information with helpful details to assist you in understanding it.

Comparability: Comparing issuers' information with ease thanks to strict compliance with regulatory and market standards.

Availability: Accessing information promptly in all formats for all audiences.