Société Générale snares Geys

Geys, a Belgian national who resigned from a similar position at UBS almost a year ago and has spent the intervening time with his family, has a reputation for marketing derivatives of a more exotic nature.

“I like the entrepreneurial challenge of building SG’s fixed-income business,” said Geys. He said he chose SG as it tends to be more of a tailored, solution-driven bank than its large-scale Swiss rival.

He will report to Stéphane Landon and Frédéric Desclaux, co-heads of fixed income for Europe and Asia. He effectively replaces Desclaux, who held the position until his promotion in September.

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