Société Générale says it plans to isolate its risky assets in a separate unit.
Société Générale says it plans to isolate its risky assets in a separate unit. The French bank, which had roughly €10 billion ($13.57 billion) in markdowns and provisions through last September because of the financial crisis, recorded some €35.5 billion ($48.18 billion) of risky assets at the end
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