Gougeon appointment prompts 3 moves at SGPB
The recent appointment of Olivier Gougeon (below) as CEO of Société Générale Private Banking for South Asia has prompted three executive moves within the bank’s European operations
Previously global head of wealth planning and fiduciary services at the private bank, Olivier Gougeon’s promotion has led to Laurent Joly taking over his former role and two other moves.
Joly will head SGPB’s life insurance division, as well as wealth planning and fiduciary, at its Paris office.
He has been with the Group for most of his banking career, dating back to 1989.
Formerly, Joly was head of private banking activities at Société Générale Bank & Trust in Luxembourg.
He is replaced by Claudio Bacceli, who joined the bank’s Luxembourg office as a director of wealth planning in 2005.
Bacceli moves from his current role as deputy head of private banking and head of sales in Luxembourg and is replaced by François Farjallah.
Farjallah has been with SGPB since 2007. Before that, he spent nine years with Credit Suisse.