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Jean-François Mazure

Jean-François Mazure

Head of Cash Clearing Services

Global Transaction Banking - Societe Generale

With 22 years of experience in the corporate banking industry, Jean-François Mazure has a very good understanding of inter-bank activities.

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 with a portfolio of key agribusiness corporate clients, mainly in the French cooperative sector. In November 2015, he then becomes Head of Cash Clearing Services, one of the four global business lines within Societe Generale's Global Transaction & Payment Services division.

Jean-Francois is a graduate of the ESCEM Tours business school and the University of Ottowa.

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Published contents

06
Nov
2019
Complementary or competitive? The role of payments market infrastructures and correspondent banks in instant international payments
Instant payment services are being developed by payment market infrastructures (PMIs) all over the world. Banks also see...
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Instant payment services are being developed by payment market infrastructures (PMIs) all over the world. Banks also see real-time services from PMIs as an opportunity to develop new products. The benefits these domestic instant payments systems bring will also be felt in cross-border payments once the systems start to inter-operate.
Complementary or competitive? The role of payments market infrastructures and correspondent banks in instant international payments
06
Nov
2019
If correspondent banking is not the future – what is?
At regular intervals the long-term survival of the current correspondent banking model is questioned. Whilst initiatives...
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At regular intervals the long-term survival of the current correspondent banking model is questioned. Whilst initiatives like SWIFTgpi improve the speed, transparency and traceability of cross-border payments and non-banks offer alternative payment services, they still rely on the underlying settlement mechanism of nostro-vostro accounts held by correspondent...
If correspondent banking is not the future – what is?
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