Société Générale appoints new CCO in Canada
by Richard Kilner
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French bank Société Générale has announced the appointment of Pierre Matuszewski as new chief country officer for Canada for Société Générale Corporate and Investment Banking.
He is well-equipped for the post with over three decades of banking experience in Canada, and a veteran of the bank, having spent the last 11 years there.
He first joined Société Générale in 1997, having previously worked for a number of leading Canadian investment banks.
In his new post Matuszewski will assume charge of the firm’s operations throughout Canada, and report to Diony Lebot, Americas chief executive officer.
As chief country officer Matuszewski will be based in Montreal, and replaces Edouard-Malo Henry.
His appointment comes on the heels of David Wilson’s assumption of the role of head of Metals Research and Michael Burton’s appointment as head of Flow FX Sales with SGC CIB, both of which were announced in the latter half of December.
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