London, 22 November 2013
The Global Transaction Banking division at Societe Generale has been awarded ‘Best Bank for Innovation’ and ‘Best Bank for Risk Management’ in Eastern Europe in this year’s TMI Awards for Innovation & Excellence in Treasury Management.
The Banking Innovation Award, a new category for 2013, recognises the high quality solution and customer service the Cash Management team at Societe Generale delivers to its clients through technology innovation and delivery of banking solutions and services.
Through these two awards, TMI readers distinguish the banks who best understand the challenges in the global treasury area. This double feat highlights Societe Generale’s commitment and its achievements in delivering the most advanced and efficient services to its clients around the world.
The Global Transaction Banking division designs domestic and international solutions for corporates and institutional investors to improve their payment methods, monitor their accounts, manage their transactions remotely and pool their cash. With a global network across 55 countries, the Global Transaction Banking division is able to meet a wide variety of client requirements.
*Treasury Management International (TMI), is published in association with the European Associations of Corporate Treasurers (EACT), and is a global publication. It is focused on the business of treasury and the finance profession, reporting on the latest developments within the banking, treasury technology, and treasury advisory sectors. The TMI awards are voted by the readers of the publication – treasury and finance professionals. Last year more than 1,500 votes were polled from Asia, North America and Europe from TMI’s global magazine readership of 8,000 treasury professionals.