Following Société Générale CIB's success at the Structured Products Asia Awards earlier this year, the bank's Yann Garnier (head of sales, fixed income and cross asset solutions, Asia Pacific) and Marc Saffon (head of financial engineering, Asia Pacific) discuss the differences between the Asian and European structured products markets and their move in to rates structuring. They also explain how the changes made in recent years at Société Générale CIB led the French bank to win four awards, including House of the Year, Asia in 2013
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