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Societe Generale Securities Services Appoints New Head of Sub-Custody Network Management

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Societe Generale Securities Services (SGSS) has appointed Mathilde Guérin as Head of Sub-Custody Network Management. Based in London and reporting directly to SGSS executive directors, she replaces Paola Deantoni, who will be taking on a new position within SGSS.

With over 18 years experience in the securities services industry in charge of project management and coordination, as well as client relationship management, Mathilde Guérin will be responsible for managing SGSS’ network of sub-custodians, delivering high quality solutions to respond to client requirements, specifically in terms of asset protection and market information and intelligence.

SGSS offers a complete range of local and global custody and trustee services which provide efficient and effective support to a clientele of financial intermediaries, collective fund managers and institutional investors. Clients thus have access to SGSS’ international network of custody services, covering 72 countries.

Mathilde Guérin is a graduate of the Ecole des Mines (Engineering School) in Saint-Etienne, France. She began her career at Societe Generale in 1991 and held various positions within the investment bank and the Custody Services Department, where she managed transversal studies and project coordination. She participated in the analysis of all IT and operational aspects of the SGSS acquisition of UniCredit’s securities services in 2005. She was then appointed programme manager for the migration of Pioneer Asset Management’s Luxembourg funds. Since 2008, Mathilde Guérin was Global Relationship Manager of Pioneer Asset Management.

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