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Bruno Prigent Appointed Global Head of Societe Generale Securities Services

Bruno Prigent, currently Deputy Head of Societe Generale Securities Services (SGSS), will become Head of SGSS as of 30 September 2011.

He will thus join the Executive Committee of the Private Banking, Global Investment Management and Services division as well as the General Management Committee of Societe Generale Group.

Bruno Prigent will report to Jacques Ripoll, Head of this division.

He will replace Alain Closier who, after 34 years at Societe Generale Group, including 12 years as a member of the Group’s General Management Committee, has decided to give a new direction to his career and will leave the Group next October.

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