Société Générale appoints global chief economist
by Richard Kilner
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French firm Société Générale Corporate & Investment Banking has announced the appointment of Bijal Shah to the post of global chief economist.
Shah joins the firm from hedge fund RAB Capital, where for the last year he served as global macro fund manager.
Earlier he spent a decade with Société Générale Corporate & Investment Banking as a global strategist.
During his career Shah has also held the post of global strategist with Merrill Lynch, and worked for Provident Mutual as a fund manager.
In his new London-based position, Shah will be directly responsible to both Benoit Hubaud and Fabrice Theveneau, global leader of credit, fixed income & foreign exchange research and head of equity research respectively.
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