People: Management shake-up at Societe Generale South Korea

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New roles in Seoul after management revamp

Societe Generale Korea has revamped senior management of its South Korea office, with the aim of reinforcing its footprint in the country.

Andrew Kim has been appointed chief country officer in Korea and branch manager at Societe Generale's Seoul branch. He started his new role on June 1, with his appointment as branch manager effective from August 1.

Kim has more than 25 years' experience in the financial industry with various roles. Prior to Societe Generale, he had worked at BNP Paribas

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