Structured products house of the year: Société Générale

A successful auction of legacy securitised assets, syndication of a huge interest rate swap, and a new twist on longevity risk transfer - three deals that highlight the breadth of the structured products business for this year's winner

Hubert Le Liepvre, SG CIB

The structured products business is increasingly run on an industrial scale, with the biggest players issuing thousands of notes a year and raising billions of dollars in funding – all of it supported by state-of-the-art technology and the ability to recycle risk in chunks to hedge funds and other investors. Like a number of rival dealers, Société Générale Corporate & Investment Banking (SG CIB) can do all of that, but it wins this year’s award for what might be seen as more traditional virtues

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