Societe Generale wins 11 awards from EMEA Finance and Global Finance

The Global Transaction Banking arm of Societe Generale (SG GTB) has won eleven awards in many categories in EMEA Finance and Global Finance Magazine’s latest annual industry awards,including "Best Factoring Services in EMEA, Africa, Europe".  

“The high number of awards underscores our commitment to develop solutions for our clients in a changing and challenging environment" said Pascal Augé, Head of Societe Generale’s Global Transaction & Payment Services. “Our vast network of local teams and transaction banking experts have allowed us to be up to the challenges and be recognized as a leading player in these markets.”

The awards granted to Global Transaction Banking’s teams show the activity is growing fast and is strengthening in all the areas where it operates.

For its Treasury Services awards, EMEA Finance(1) has named SG GTB as:
• Best Cash Management Services in EMEA
• Best Factoring Services in EMEA, Africa, Europe
• Best Trade Finance Services in EMEA, CEE and North Africa
• Best Transactional Bank for Financial Institutions in Europe
• Best Treasury Services in Africa

In its 2017 Treasury and Cash Management Awards, Global Finance Magazine(2) has awarded SGGTB in the following categories:
• Best Bank for Liquidity Management in Western Europe
• Best Treasury and Cash Management Provider in France


(1) EMEA Finance, is a bi-monthly magazine, dedicated to the financial community, its customers, and suppliers across the EMEA region. The Treasury Services Awards 2016 consider various performance and structural factors, such as market share and growth, innovation and corporate strategy. These awards also take into account the results of an online survey of corporate treasury teams across the EMEA region. (2) Global Finance magazine used a multi-tiered assessment process—which included a readers’ poll, input from industry analysts, corporate executives, technology experts and independent research—to select the best providers of treasury and cash management services. A variety of subjective and objective criteria were considered, including: profitability, market share and reach, customer service, competitive pricing, product innovation and the extent to which treasury and cash management providers have successfully differentiated themselves from their competitors around core service provision.