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Société Générale Centralises FX In Singapore As Part Of New Product-Line Reorganisation


Société Générale is centralising its Asian foreign exchange activities in Singapore as part of an overall move to a product-line organisation on the bank's capital markets side, according to Douglas Plant, SocGen's foreign exchange manager in Paris. He says that SocGen will be formalising the status of foreign exchange as a global product sometime later this year, when he will officially be named global foreign exchange director. Other parts of the capital markets group, such as bonds and swaps

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