Head of Cash Clearing Services
Global Transaction Banking - Societe Generale
Jean-François Mazure is Head of Cash Clearing Services at Societe Generale since September 2017.
After 22 years of experience within the corporate banking industry, Jean-François has a very good understanding of the inter-bank activities.
A graduate of the ESCEM Tours business school and the University of Ottowa, Jean-François joins Societe Generale in 1993. He holds several managerial positions in the French retail network, primarily working with SME and large corporate clients. In 2011, he is appointed Senior Banker for a portfolio of key agribusiness corporate clients, mainly in the French cooperative sector. In November 2015, he becomes Co-Head of Cash Clearing Services, one of the four global business lines within Societe Generale's Global Transaction & Payment Services.
- Jean-François is a member of the European Council of the Bankers Association for Finance and Trade
- « Les banques misent sur la blockchain pour accélérer les paiements internationaux », Les Echos, September 2018
- “Reports of the death of banking grossly exaggerated”, Societe Generale’s expert view for Sibos Sydney, September 2018
- “SWIFT gpi fully meets goals of speed, low cost and transparency”, Banking & Strategy magazine no. 377, Universwiftnet, Banks-Corporates Relations, 19 February 2019
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