SG CIB revamps structure

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Societe Generale Corporate and Investment Banking (SG CIB) has overhauled its executive committee and reorganised its structure. The reorganisation is the first in five years, and splits the bank into four divisions. The bank says the new set-up will be better aligned with clients' company structures, and will help retain junior staff by appointing more co-heads.

The programme will be led by London-based Jean-Pierre Mustier, who remains chief executive of SG CIB. He will be supported by Paris

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