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Societe Generale Securities Services Appoints Renault as Country Manager for Luxembourg

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Societe Generale Securities Services (SGSS) has appointed Olivier Renault as country manager for SGSS in Luxembourg, replacing Michel Becker. Renault will report to SGSS executive management and becomes a member of the executive committee of Societe Generale Bank and Trust (SGBT), in charge of Securities Services.

SGSS in Luxembourg offers its clients international custody, fund administration and fund distribution services, as well as securities lending and borrowing and independent OTC valuation services, an expertise which is increasingly sought after by asset managers in the current financial context.

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