Published on 14/01/2016

Societe Generale Securities Services continues to strengthen its commercial team in the UKipe commerciale au Royaume-Uni

Societe Generale Securities Services (SGSS) has appointed Stephen Doyle as Head of Institutional Sales for asset managers and insurers in the United Kingdom and Ireland. Based in London, his appointment is effective immediately.

Stephen Doyle joins SGSS from Northern Trust where he was Sales Manager for Global Fund Services in the UK. He is responsible for the commercial development of SGSS’ UK franchise in the asset management and insurance sectors and he reports to Michael Le Garignon, Head of Sales, Business Development & Relationship Management at SGSS in the UK.

“The UK is a leading global financial services centre and the second largest fund management market in the world1,” confirms Michael Le Garignon. “Following our approval from the UK regulators to offer trustee and depositary services in the UK for UCITS and alternative investment funds, SGSS is investing to provide operational efficiencies and global expertise through a range of integrated client solutions, including strategic outsourcing solutions, to asset managers and insurers in the UK.”

1 Source: Financial Services Organisation, GOV.UK, 28 July 2015


Stephen Doyle

Stephen Doyle has over 20 years experience in the asset servicing industry supporting asset managers and owners in the UK, Ireland, Luxembourg and Germany. He began his career holding various positions in custody client services in Luxembourg and Dublin. In 2004, he joined ABN AMRO Mellon as Relationship Manager in charge of sovereign wealth and large banking clients before becoming UK Pensions Relationship Manager for BNY Mellon in 2008 and then Sales executive for the UK asset manager segment in 2010. In 2014, he joined Northern Trust as Sales Manager for Global Fund Services in the UK.

Stephen Doyle has a Bachelor of Arts degree from University College Dublin and a postgraduate diploma in Financial Economics from the University of Dundee.