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Societe Generale's primary business is private banking, global investment management and services, and corporate & investment banking.

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Trader sues SocGen for $9.4m

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Former Societe Generale trader Stephane Esper, who faces U.K. charges for rigging a key interest-rate benchmark, is suing the bank at a French employment tribunal for more than $9.4m.

SocGen bankers indicted

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Two Societe Generale bankers in France were charged in New York with rigging the London interbank offered rate as U.S. prosecutors press ahead with a seven-year international probe into manipulation of the benchmark rate despite a recent setback that makes it tougher for them to win cross-border cases.

Trader looks out of options after $5.8bn loss

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Jerome Kerviel lost an attempt to blame Societe Generale for a massive trading loss that he was found guilty of causing at the bank as French investigators dismissed his demands for further probes, according to a person familiar with the matter.

SocGen could move 400 jobs from London

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France's Societe Generale could move 400 corporate and investment banking jobs from London as part of its Brexit plans, with most of them going to Paris, Chief Executive Frederic Oudea said.

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Ahmet Arinc, the former head of foreign exchange and emerging-market debt trading at Deutsche Bank, is preparing to start his own hedge fund with at least $100 million in initial capital, according to two people with knowledge of the matter.

SocGen said to face SFO probe

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The U.K. Serious Fraud Office sought documents as part of a “pending” probe into a dispute between Societe Generale and the Libyan Investment Authority, days after the bank agreed to pay $1.06 billion to resolve a related civil-bribery lawsuit.

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Trader sues SocGen for $9.4m

Former Societe Generale trader Stephane Esper, who faces U.K. charges for rigging a key interest-rate benchmark, is suing the bank at a French employment tribunal for more than $9.4m.

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Fired SocGen trader sues for unfair dismissal

Societe Generale fired a currency trader for allegedly cheating a client after the bank said it discovered the incident during an internal investigation into the global foreign-exchange manipulation scandal. Now, the former employee is suing for unfair dismissal.

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People News - Deutsche Bank, SocGen, Morgan Stanley

Ahmet Arinc, the former head of foreign exchange and emerging-market debt trading at Deutsche Bank, is preparing to start his own hedge fund with at least $100 million in initial capital, according to two people with knowledge of the matter.

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Trader looks out of options after $5.8bn loss

Jerome Kerviel lost an attempt to blame Societe Generale for a massive trading loss that he was found guilty of causing at the bank as French investigators dismissed his demands for further probes, according to a person familiar with the matter.

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SocGen bankers indicted

Two Societe Generale bankers in France were charged in New York with rigging the London interbank offered rate as U.S. prosecutors press ahead with a seven-year international probe into manipulation of the benchmark rate despite a recent setback that makes it tougher for them to win cross-border cases.

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SocGen could move 400 jobs from London

France's Societe Generale could move 400 corporate and investment banking jobs from London as part of its Brexit plans, with most of them going to Paris, Chief Executive Frederic Oudea said.

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Trader sues SocGen for $9.4m

Former Societe Generale trader Stephane Esper, who faces U.K. charges for rigging a key interest-rate benchmark, is suing the bank at a French employment tribunal for more than $9.4m.

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SocGen bankers indicted

Two Societe Generale bankers in France were charged in New York with rigging the London interbank offered rate as U.S. prosecutors press ahead with a seven-year international probe into manipulation of the benchmark rate despite a recent setback that makes it tougher for them to win cross-border cases.