SocGen appoints new FIC sales heads
Albert Loo and Pascale Moreau have been promoted to head up fixed-income and currencies sales as part of a management shake-up at SG CIB
Société Générale Corporate and Investment Banking (SG CIB) has reorganised its fixed-income and currencies (Fic) sales team as further details emerge of the management shake-up that came into force earlier this week.
Albert Loo, global co-head of interest rate and FX derivatives sales for issuers since 2009, and Pascale Moreau, global co-head of interest rate and FX derivatives corporate sales and risk advisory since 2008, have been promoted to co-heads of Fic sales. Both are based in Paris.
Loo began his career at SG CIB in 1991 and became global deputy head of interest rate and FX derivatives in 2007. In April 2008, he became global co-head of interest rates and FX derivatives corporate sales and risk advisory.
Moreau joined SG CIB in 1998, working initially in sales and strategy for interest rate derivatives. In 2001, she created the European cross-selling team and became deputy European head of interest rate derivatives sales in 2006. In 2007, she became deputy global head of interest rate and FX derivatives sales.
Following the departure of Mike Burton, global head of FX sales in London, earlier this year, it is understood SG CIB has promoted Marc Zaffran and Anna Faustini to run FX sales in Europe and the US respectively. Further details of their new roles are not yet known.
As part of the recent management reshuffle, SG CIB has also promoted Gian-Luca Fetta to the new role of head of FX in Paris. Fetta will be responsible for FX trading and will report locally to Danielle Sindzingre, global head of fixed income and currencies.
This article first appeared in FX Week