SG Consulting operates on a similar business model to that of a consultancy firm. Exposed to the Group’s requirements, it has developed specific know-how and an offer that is tailored to the Group’s needs. It has acknowledged expertise in scoping complex projects, the operational efficiency of organisations, outsourcing and certain banking and regulatory topics. The next step in SG Consulting’s development is to grow its number of business contacts, and notably start-ups, that are developing tomorrow’s solutions.
Objective: irrigate the content of its missions with knowledge of technologies and new approaches to meet the needs of the Bank’s clients. It was with this in mind that, end 2017, SG Consulting organised a series of workshops attended by start-ups and consultants to look at three topics: GDPR, cybersecurity and marketplace. We take a look back at this cooperation.
Christophe Leblanc Group Head of Corporate Ressources and Innovation
We want some of the solutions developed by Societe Generale on behalf of the Bank’s clients to be co-constructed with startups. The objective is to offer financial services that meet the expectations of the Bank of tomorrow’s clients.
Pack'n Drive: complying with GDPR
The General Data Protection Regulation will come into force on 25th May 2018 in all European Union countries. Any company which processes personal data is to be affected - from big international groups to local startups - but there are many who don’t know about this regulation and who don’t understand what they have to do or the impact which this regulatory upheaval will have on their business.
Alsid: building a joint cybersecurity offering
Given the increasing number and sophistication of cyberattacks, cybersecurity is at the heart of Société Générale's and its customers' concerns. So it made sense that this issue was chosen as the subject of one of the workshops organised by SG Consulting, the Group’s internal consultancy firm, on 22nd September 2017.
Published on 09/01/2018