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Societe Generale’s diversified bank model is based on complementary businesses around the world. The Group’s expertise in securities services offers clients core banking services and the security of a global custodian.

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14
Sep
2020
Investing in green finance
Institutional investors have one topic on their mind when the climate issue is raised, which can be summed up in two...
ESG/CSR
Institutional investors have one topic on their mind when the climate issue is raised, which can be summed up in two words: environmental indicators. How do you implement them? What difficulties are encountered? When will a European standard be introduced?
Investing in green finance
03
Sep
2020
Flashnews: The settlement disciplines regime (CSDR): Destination 2022
The date of 1 February 2021 has just been formalised and is already a thing of the past.
Regulatory
The date of 1 February 2021 has just been formalised and is already a thing of the past.
Flashnews: The settlement disciplines regime (CSDR): Destination 2022
26
Aug
2020
Flashnews: The settlement disciplines regime (CSDR): A likely short-lived date
September 14, 2020 lived, make way for February 1, 2021. This date was indeed officialized on August 24, 2020 via the...
Regulatory
September 14, 2020 lived, make way for February 1, 2021. This date was indeed officialized on August 24, 2020 via the publication in the OJ of the Union of a delegated act … but will it see the light of day?
Flashnews: The settlement disciplines regime (CSDR): A likely short-lived date
05
Aug
2020
Flashnews: T2/T2S consolidation postponed for one year and ECMS at least for seven months
On 28 July 2020, the ECB announced that the Council of Governors had in its wisdom validated the industry’s request to...
Regulatory
On 28 July 2020, the ECB announced that the Council of Governors had in its wisdom validated the industry’s request to postpone the implementation of the T2/T2S consolidation and, consequently, the launch of the ECMS platform (European Collateral Management System).
Flashnews: T2/T2S consolidation postponed for one year and ECMS at least for seven months
28
Jul
2020
CSDR: Could the implementation of the future settlement discipline regime be pushed back by a year?
The new regulation on central securities depositories (CSDs) is a constant topic of discussion. After the alarm was...
Regulatory
The new regulation on central securities depositories (CSDs) is a constant topic of discussion. After the alarm was sounded in early 2020 by 14 professional associations in a letter to the European Commission (see our article from 5 March 2020), it now appears that the planned date for implementation of the settlement discipline regime may be pushed back by a...
CSDR: Could the implementation of the future settlement discipline regime be pushed back by a year?
23
Jul
2020
Flashnews: SFTR: Reporting rules for securities financing transactions
Final transparency rules of reporting requirements were published in the Official Journal of the EU on 22 March 2019,...
Regulatory
Final transparency rules of reporting requirements were published in the Official Journal of the EU on 22 March 2019, with the reporting obligation of securities financing transactions (SFTs) to trade repositories (TR), except the ones concluded with a central bank.
Flashnews: SFTR: Reporting rules for securities financing transactions
15
Jul
2020
The future of managing relationships in a socially distant environment
In relationship-driven activities such as network management, market participants are gradually accepting that their...
Technology
In relationship-driven activities such as network management, market participants are gradually accepting that their roles, duties and traditional ways of working will be totally transformed because of the Covid pandemic. SGSS examines how the custody industry will need to evolve as we settle into this new reality.
The future of managing relationships in a socially distant environment
09
Jul
2020
SGSS Market Survey: Are asset managers weathering the storm ?
During the lockdown period between May and June 2020, SGSS conducted a survey with a representative panel of the...
Market Perspectives
During the lockdown period between May and June 2020, SGSS conducted a survey with a representative panel of the European investment industry.
SGSS Market Survey: Are asset managers weathering the storm ?
07
Jul
2020
Indian financial markets more and more attractive for foreign investors
The Indian investment professionals remain fairly confident that the future of the Indian financial markets look bright...
Market Perspectives
The Indian investment professionals remain fairly confident that the future of the Indian financial markets look bright in the longer run.
Indian financial markets more and more attractive for foreign investors
23
Jun
2020
Banks and Fintechs: Rivals or best friends?
Fintechs, these finance sector startups, appeared barely two decades ago, in the face of a banking sector that was...
Technology
Fintechs, these finance sector startups, appeared barely two decades ago, in the face of a banking sector that was already centuries old.
Banks and Fintechs: Rivals or best friends?
16
Jun
2020
Blockchain is encouraging “coopetition” between Asset Managers
A lot of operating hurdles facing asset managers in the distribution of their funds could be removed. The initiative of...
Technology
A lot of operating hurdles facing asset managers in the distribution of their funds could be removed. The initiative of Iznes, co-founded by six asset management companies, has already been favourably received by 25 contributing international players. In the financial industry, and more specifically the asset management universe, blockchain is no doubt a...
Blockchain is encouraging “coopetition” between Asset Managers
12
Jun
2020
Pandemic and exceptional measures by Eric de Nexon
To cope with the pandemic facing us today, lockdowns were quickly imposed in most countries as an essential measure to...
Regulatory
To cope with the pandemic facing us today, lockdowns were quickly imposed in most countries as an essential measure to contain it as effectively as possible.  From the very first weeks, it became clear that this response to the health crisis would lead to a serious economic crisis, given its significant impacts on most activities, often bringing operations to...
Pandemic and exceptional measures by Eric de Nexon
09
Jun
2020
Maximising potential through outsourced ACDs
In today’s heavily regulated environment, institutional investors want full assurances that their fund managers are...
Technology
In today’s heavily regulated environment, institutional investors want full assurances that their fund managers are adhering to industry best practices. A failure to demonstrate this could result in managers missing out on lucrative mandates or worse – divestment.
Maximising potential through outsourced ACDs
04
Jun
2020
Sub-Advisory, the new Eldorado?
In a world where inhouse asset management offers tend to dominate, sub-advisory is a way for clients to access open...
Technology
In a world where inhouse asset management offers tend to dominate, sub-advisory is a way for clients to access open architecture at a competitive price. Indeed, they can thus benefit from the operational expertise of their distributor and enhanced risk management thanks, in particular, to an access to the transparency of sub-advised portfolios.
Sub-Advisory, the new Eldorado?