SocGen names Philippe Heim CFO, Ripoll to quit
PARIS Feb 13 (Reuters) - French bank Societe Generale named Philippe Heim to replace outgoing Chief Financial Officer Bertrand Badre, who is stepping down after a year in the job to join the World Bank.
SocGen also said in a statement on Wednesday that Jacques Ripoll, head of the bank's GIMS asset-gathering division, was leaving the group to pursue other opportunities.
Reuters reported on Tuesday that Heim was a frontrunner to become CFO and that Ripoll would leave. (Reporting by Lionel Laurent; Editing by James Regan)
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