SocGen promotes two as it restructures

Sylvain Cartier heads to Paris as head of fixed income and currencies

Restructuring: Societe Generale announced plans to cut more than 1,000 jobs after a rocky Q4 2018

Societe Generale has made two appointments within its global markets division as the French bank undertakes a restructuring that could slash 1,600 jobs globally.

Sylvain Cartier has been promoted to head of fixed income and currencies. He was previously the bank’s head of global markets for the Americas.

In his new role, Cartier will work to refocus flow activities that include cash and derivatives. He is also tasked with developing investment and financial solutions to make the bank’s rates,

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