Societe Generale thus aims to be the reference partner in order to support its clients in Africa and the economies. Accompanying our corporate and public sector clients in infrastructure project financing supporting the investissments and developing financie links in our geographies, synergies and partnerships is one of our strategic priority.

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An offer dedicated to corporates

Our dedicated specialists are on hand to help with the international development of corporates. We can also provide expert knowledge and input on local industrial and commercial networks, on the regulatory and fiscal framework, and on administrative procedures and requirements to help companies in their development and projects..

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Accompanying entrepreneurs in Africa

Societe Generale reaffirms its commitment to Africa and its ambition to support African companies by launching the second wave of its Pan-African advertising campaign. Present in 19 African countries, the Group has a unique position in the region, offering clients the expertise and know-how of an international bank combined with the proximity of a local bank. In Africa, the Group supports local economies and serves 3.7 million customers, including 150,000 businesses.

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Health, a priority for Senegal

Health has always been a primary concern of any population and remains a major challenge for developing countries today. In Senegal, significant efforts are being made to improve the supply and access to healthcare across the country. The government of Senegal has launched a vast programme called the "Plan Sénégal Emergent" (PSE), of which Societe Generale is a financial partner. As part of this programme, a financing contract for over €160 million has been signed for a project aimed at improving access to healthcare, with notably the construction of four new regional hospitals in the country.

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Second edition of the Societe Generale Africa Business network by UIB

Second edition of the Societe Generale Africa Business network by UIB

The International Union of Banks (UIB) – Group Societe Generale renewed in January its initiative to organize large scale B-to-B gatherings between Tunisian economic players and the CEOs of 17 other subsidiaries of the Group in Africa.

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