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SG's Lebot moves back to Europe, Overlander promoted

Société Générale has appointed Diony Lebot as CEO of the bank's western Europe corporate and investment banking business, moving from her current job as CEO of Société Générale Americas. Replacing her is Craig Overlander, who has been her deputy since March 2010 and who has long been expected to be appointed to the CEO position as soon as the opportunity arose.

  • 24 Feb 2012
It arose because Lebot is taking over from Pascal Augé, who moved to join the global transaction and payment services division at the end of 2011. As well as her western Europe role, Lebot will also be deputy head of coverage and investment banking, reporting to Thierry Aulagnon, ...

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