Equity derivatives - Modern great: Société Générale

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Société Générale (SG) has been around since the earliest days of the equity derivatives market. But while most of the firms it competed with in the late 1980s - the likes of Bankers Trust, O'Connor and Salomon Brothers - have long since been subsumed into other groups, SG is still going strong.

In fact, it has gone from strength to strength over the past decade. The French bank continues to dominate the retail and institutional structured products market in Europe and Asia, while Lyxor, its

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