Societe Generale appoints Stéphane Landon as Group Chief Risk Officer
Societe Generale announces the appointment of Stéphane Landon as Group Chief Risk Officer, effective as of 1 December 2022.
He was previously Group Deputy Chief Risk Officer since October 2020 and replaces Sadia Ricke who will leave the Group at the end of November to pursue an opportunity in the banking sector in London.
Stéphane Landon will report to Frédéric Oudéa, Chief Executive Officer of the Group, and remains a member of Societe Generale Management Committee.
His deep knowledge of the Group since 1989 with his past experiences within market activities and central functions, both in France and internationally, will be key asset to continue to contribute to the development of the Group's activities while maintaining a risk profile that meets the highest banking industry standards.
Stéphane Landon is appointed Chief Risk Officer for Societe Generale Group as of December 1st, 2022. He is a member of the Group Management Committee since January 2021.
Stéphane Landon joined Societe Generale in 1989 and held several key positions within market activities and central functions. He spent the first 20 years of his career in the Fixed Income activities of the Corporate & Investment Bank in Paris and in Tokyo, including as Head of Foreign Exchange activities and Co-Head of Rates and Credit activities. In 2010, he joined the Group Finance Department and was subsequently appointed as Group Treasurer in 2011 before becoming Chief Financial Officer of Societe Generale Americas in 2018, based in New York. Since October 2020, he was Group Deputy Chief Risk Officer.
Stéphane Landon is a graduate of the Ecole Polytechnique and the French Engineering School ENPC.