Understanding our 2015 annual results

Frédéric Oudéa's editorial

In 2015, our Group completed another stage in its transformation process, with Group net income of EUR 4 billion in 2015, substantially higher than in 2014. Our businesses demonstrated an excellent commercial momentum in an albeit lacklustre environment. The Group also confirmed its ability to create value over the long term, with tangible net asset value per share increasing 9% in 2015.

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Teaming up with local businesses

Supporting businesses has always been the core purpose of Societe Generale, founded more than 150 years ago with the aim of "supporting the development of trade and industry in France." Today, more than ever, we are continuing on this path to help support the return to growth in France, in step with business leaders and their needs.

The point of view of Laurent Goutard, Head of Societe Generale Retail Banking in France

2016 global economic prospects: Overall fragility, regional divergences

The global economy has shown signs of fragility in late 2015 and early 2016, and the situation is unlikely to substantially improve this year. However, economic performances vary significantly from region to region. Indeed, although growth should slow in emerging countries, and notably in China, it should accelerate slightly in developed countries.

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Societe Generale: The connected bank

More contacts, more services, more service quality, more open innovation, more employee engagement... See the infographic presenting the Group's digital offers and strategy.

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Societe Generale commits to the fight against climate change

Societe Generale Group, a world leader in the financing of energy, launches its climate policy, setting out a global framework that pulls together and strengthens the various initiatives taken by the Bank over many years to help finance the energy transition and reduce the carbon footprint of its activities.

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