Société Générale

At Societe Generale group, diversity and inclusion are not just a result of legal obligations, they are now and will continue to be strategic factors that stand for what we are all about: “Building together, with our clients, a better and sustainable future through responsible and innovative solutions.”

We are determined to be a company where employees feel good as they are, reflecting the diversity of the customers we serve and the society in which we operate.

Societe Generale is making progress every day with concrete initiatives, for example the signing of local collective agreements, the international charter under the UN Global Compact, the fast-track career development programme for women, the signing of the #JamaisSansElles charter, …

As shown in our key figures: 43% women in management positions, 29% women on the Management Committee and 86/100 in the Gender equality index at Societe Generale SA in France.

“We are determined to step up the pace towards gender equality, as evidenced by the decision made in December to ensure that at least 30% of the positions on the Group’s management bodies are held by women by 2023.”

Diony Lebot, Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Societe Generale group and spokesperson for Diversity & Inclusion.

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