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Foreign Exchange

People moves: Société Générale reorganises

Société Générale Corporate & Investment Banking has appointed Pascale Moreau and Albert Loo as global heads of interest rate and foreign exchange derivatives activity. The two become members of the bank’s capital raising and financing executive committee and replace Ines de Dinechin, who is now responsible for structured products worldwide. Moreau joined SocGen in 1998, having started her career 1994 in the Caisse des dépots et Consignations as market maker on FRF, DEM and ECU interest rate derivatives and then as a proprietary trader on G7 IR and FX underlyings. Loo started back in 1991 as part of the bank’s IT team in charge of asset management accounting projects.

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