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|| Societe Generale Private Banking expands Middle East team

societe.jpgSociete Generale Private Banking has opened a Middle East department in Geneva, recruiting 5 private bankers dedicated exclusively to wealthy Middle Eastern clients.

This team reports to Eric Lorentz, Director for Middle Eastern clients, who is based in the United Arab Emirates. Coverage of the Middle Eastern clientele is backed by teams of private bankers in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, London, Luxembourg, Monaco and now Geneva.

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