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Societe Generale SA

SOGN.PA

Latest Trade

17.24EUR

Change

0.69(+4.14%)

Volume

8,264,050

Today's Range

16.72

 - 

17.26

52 Week Range

10.77

 - 

32.23

As of on the Euronext Paris ∙ Minimum 15 minute delay

Pricing

Previous Close
16.55
Open
16.80
Volume
8,264,050
3M AVG Volume
158.83
Today's High
17.26
Today's Low
16.72
52 Week High
32.23
52 Week Low
10.77
Shares Out (MIL)
844.58
Market Cap (MIL)
14,126.71
Forward P/E
-41.12
Dividend (Yield %)
--

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About Societe Generale SA

Societe Generale SA is a France-based financial services group. The Group offers a wide range of advisory services and tailored financial solutions to secure transactions, protect and manage assets and savings, and help its clients finance their projects. It operates through three segments: French Retail Banking, International Retail Banking & Financial Services and Global Banking and Investor Solutions. French Retail Banking includes the domestic networks Societe Generale, Credit du Nord and Boursorama. International Retail Banking & Financial Services consists of International Retail Banking (consumer finance activities), Financial Services to Corporates (operational vehicle leasing and fleet management, equipment and vendor finance) and Insurance Activities. Global Banking and Investor Solutions comprises Global Markets and Investors Services, Financing and Advisory, Asset and Wealth Management. The Group is active globally.

Industry

Regional Banks

Contact Info

29 Boulevard Haussmann

75009

France

+33.1.42142000

https://www.societegenerale.com/

Executive Leadership

Lorenzo Bini Smaghi

Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board

Frederic Oudea

Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Group Management Committee, Member of the Executive Committee, Executive Director

Philippe Aymerich

Deputy CEO, French Retail Banking activities, Innovation, International Retail Banking, Consumer Credit, Technology, IT, Real Estate and Sourcing and Member of the Group Management Board

Slawomir Krupa

Deputy Chief Executive Officer - Global Banking and Investor Solutions activities and Member of the Group Management Committee

Diony Lebot

Deputy CEO - Control functions (Risk, Finance and Compliance) and Member of the Group Management Committee

Key Stats

3.04 mean rating - 25 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, EUR)

2017

24.0K

2018

25.2K

2019

24.7K

2020(E)

21.9K
EPS (EUR)

2017

2.920

2018

4.240

2019

3.050

2020(E)

-0.403
Price To Earnings (TTM)
--
Price To Sales (TTM)
--
Price To Book (MRQ)
0.23
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
--
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
264.49
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
264.49
Return on Investment (TTM)
--
Return on Equity (TTM)
0.03

Latest News

Latest News

TREASURIES-Yields dip then extend lower after hours on Mnuchin clawback from Fed

U.S. Treasury yields fell on Thursday as the prospect of a weak fourth economic quarter overcame optimism that vaccines against COVID-19 are close to being rolled out and could return the economy to normal. "The focus has shifted away from exuberance on vaccines to the rising...

UPDATE 1-French bank SocGen to cut 640 jobs in France, no forced redundancies

French bank Societe Generale (SocGen) said on Monday it planned a net reduction of about 640 positions in France but said there would be no forced redundancies.

Trading rebound helps France's SocGen swing back to profit

French bank Societe Generale <SOGN.PA> swung back to profit in the third quarter, helped by a recovery in its markets business, giving a boost to chief executive Frederic Oudea who was under pressure after sharp trading losses earlier in the year.

Risk haunts Societe Generale's Oudea in elusive hunt for growth

Frederic Oudea promised Societe Generale investors "growth with lower risk" after he became chief executive in 2008, the year a rogue trader lost billions in equity derivatives and brought the French bank close to collapse.

SocGen's Oudea speeds up overhaul as shares hit rock bottom

Societe Generale <SOGN.PA> is considering merging its two French retail networks in an attempt to boost profitability, after two consecutive quarterly losses due to poor trading results.

RPT-Societe Generale gears up for Lyxor asset management sale - sources

Societe Generale is gearing up to launch the sale of its asset management arm Lyxor as the French lender seeks to shore up its finances after two consecutive quarterly losses, two sources familiar with the matter told Reuters.

Societe Generale gears up for Lyxor asset management sale - sources

Societe Generale <SOGN.PA> is gearing up to launch the sale of its asset management arm Lyxor as the French lender seeks to shore up its finances after two consecutive quarterly losses, two sources familiar with the matter told Reuters.

2nd Circuit hears ex-Societe Generale executive's appeal

A French former Societe Generale executive accused by federal prosecutors of taking part in a scheme to manipulate the global U.S. dollar Libor benchmark interest rate should be allowed to challenge the charges without coming to the United States, her attorney told a federal...

French bank SocGen reshuffles management structure

French bank Societe Generale <SOGN.PA> announced on Tuesday a wide management reshuffle in a move to reduce costs and boost synergies following two consecutive quarterly losses.

UPDATE 3-SocGen posts surprise Q2 loss as it revamps trading business

* Global markets review to impact revenue, lead to cost cuts (Updates with CEO comments during press conference)

SocGen posts second quarterly loss in a row

Societe Generale reported a 1.26 billion euros ($1.5 billion) second-quarter loss, as it booked a writedown on the value of its trading business and increased provisions for loans that could turn sour because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

UPDATE 1-SocGen to open up its retail networks to more asset managers

France's Societe Generale signed a new five-year distribution agreement with asset manager Amundi and said it would open up its retail and insurance networks to more asset managers.

SocGen's Australian securities arm pleads guilty to client money offences

Australia's corporate regulator on Wednesday said the Australian securities unit of France's Societe Generale SA (SocGen) <SOGN.PA> has pleaded guilty to charges of breaching client money provisions.

UPDATE 1-SocGen CEO focused on adapting to crisis to boost shares

Societe Generale will adapt its business to the conditions created by the coronavirus crisis and to ensure it changes the market view on the French bank's financial path, its Chief Executive Frederic Oudea said.

France's SocGen says to publish first-quarter results on April 30 instead of May 6

France's third-biggest bank Societe Generale said on Wednesday evening it would publish first-quarter results on April 30 before market opening, instead of May 6.

French bank SocGen will not seek state funds

France's Societe Generale said it was committed to guaranteeing the salaries of its 140,000 staff around the world during the coronavirus crisis and that it would not require any assistance from the state.

BRIEF-Societe Generale Makes Available Loans In Reaction To Coronavirus

* MAKES AVAILABLE LOANS WITH THE FRENCH STATE GUARANTEE TO ITS CLIENTS

UPDATE 1-Societe Generale Australia unit charged with breaching client money codes

French investment bank Societe Generale SA's Australian securities arm has been charged with criminal offences for allegedly failing to separate its clients' money from its own, Australia's corporate regulator said on Wednesday.

Societe Generale has no plan to issue statement regarding Q1 results amid coronavirus

French bank Societe Generale said on Tuesday that the company does not expect to issue any specific communication relating to the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on its results for the first quarter of the year.

SocGen plans 120 job cuts in Britain to save costs

France's third-biggest bank Societe Generale <SOGN.PA> is cutting more than 100 support function roles in its British business, in a cost-cutting plan that extends a broader group efficiency drive announced last year.

Quote and financial data from Refinitiv. Fund performance data provided by Lipper. All quotes delayed a minimum of 15 minutes.

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