SG CIB wins Risk and Energy Risk Commodity Rankings

Rankings marked by dramatic exits and one impressive comeback

Societe Generale La Defense
SG CIB: Solid performances in European oil and products, and European natural gas

In 2014, commodity derivatives dealers say they saw something of a recovery in their business. A combination of volatility in natural gas markets and tumbling crude oil prices have helped bolster client hedging activity, after several lean years in which banks were hit hard by a toxic mix of low revenues, higher capital requirements and tougher regulation. Those conditions have set the stage for several dramatic exits and one impressive comeback in this year's Risk and Energy Risk Commodity

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