Nicolas Cagi Nicolau
Jean-Francois Mazaud began his career in 1991 as a manager at Bank Indosuez, initially in Paris and then in Tokyo.
He joined Societe Generale in 1993, advising the bank's clients on their fund raising transactions, in particular with regard to privatisations, IPOs or capital increases. In 1998, he was appointed Head of Equity Linked Origination, before joining the Debt Capital Markets department in 2004. In 2006, Jean-François Mazaud was appointed Global Head of Debt Capital Markets and then became Deputy Head of Global Finance for Societe Generale Corporate & Investment Banking in 2008. Additionally, he was a member of Societe Generale Corporate & Investment Banking’s Executive Committee between 2009 – 2012, and a member of the Global Banking & Investor Solutions division’s Executive Committee since 2012. Jean-Francois Mazaud was appointed Head of Societe Generale Private Banking in 2012 and entered the Group Management Committee of Societe Generale..
Jean-François Mazaud won the “Outstanding Global Private Banker” award from Private Banker International magazine in 2014.
Jean-Francois Mazaud holds a Master’s degree in Financial Engineering from the Lyon Business Management School and is a graduate of the Bordeaux Management School.
Patrick Folléa joined BNP in 1984 as an economist before joining the Internal Audit Department in 1990. He then became Manager of Private Banking in Hong Kong and Managing Director of BNP Asset Management in Asia.
He returned to Private Banking in 2000 as regional manager in charge of development. From 2003, he was in charge of BNP Paribas Private Bank in Italy and in 2007 joined Societe Generale group as Deputy CEO of Societe Generale Private Banking France. In 2012, in addition to his existing responsibilities, he was appointed Deputy Head of Societe Generale Private Banking.
Patrick Folléa has been member of the Executive Committee of Societe Generale Private Banking since 2011, in charge of supervising Societe Generale Private Banking's activities in France, Belgium and Luxembourg. In January 2014, he became a member of the Group Management Committee of Societe Generale.
Patrick Folléa has a degree in Private International Law and Political Sociology from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques in Bordeaux and a Doctorate in International Finance from the University of Paris, Dauphine.
Kim Ly joined Societe Generale Group in 1986 within the Internal Audit Department. He then moved to Asia in 1993, where he held several positions in Hong Kong ( Deputy General Manager of the SG Hong Kong Branch and Head of Equity Capital Market execution at SG securities Asia) and Japan (COO of SGSNP and Head of Cash Equity Brokerage). In 2002, he is appointed Head of RISQ/RCE where he worked on methods to quantify regulatory and economic capital for different risks. He joins FICC in 2006 within the Global Strategy Development team and is appointed COO of FICC/CMF in 2008. He later becomes Deputy COO of GLFI in 2009.
Kim joins Societe Generale Private Banking in 2012 as Chief of Staff and Head of Strategic Planning and Execution.
Kim Ly graduated from Polytechnique and Ecole des Mines de Paris.
Eric Barnett started his banking career in 1983 at NatWest in London as a graduate trainee. In 1986 he joined Hambros Bank Limited and undertook a variety of roles in investment banking and acquisition finance.
He then moved to the Guernsey office in 1996 as Head of Private Banking, and continued in this role following Societe Generale’s acquisition of Hambros Bank Limited in 1998 before moving back to London in 2000.
Eric Barnett became Societe Generale Private Banking Hambros Chief Executive Officer in 2007. Before this, he was Group Head of Private Banking and Managing Director of the London office at Societe Generale Hambros. He was responsible for developing the Societe Generale Private Banking commercial and marketing strategies.
Eric Barnett is member of the Executive Committee of Societe Generale Private Banking, in charge of supervising Societe Generale Private Banking's activities in the UK and Asia.
Eric Barnett has an MBA from the City University Business School in London.
Olivier Lecler started his career in 1992 as Editor of the INSEE Bulletin on the macro-economic situation.
In 1996, he joined Societe Generale Group as Strategic Studies Manager in the Finance and Development Department. In 1999, he was appointed Finance and Development Director of Fimatex, subsidiary which is Boursorama today, of which he became Deputy Managing Director in 2003. He then joined SGAM group in 2006, first as Head of Finance and Operations, then as deputy to the Deputy General Manager, Operations. Until May 2008, he was Chairman & CEO of SGAM Banque, specialised in structuring for alternative investments. In June 2008, he became Chief Operating Officer of SGAM and CEO of SGAM AI, before being appointed Chief Operating Officer of the Global Investment Management & Services division in 2009.
He was appointed CEO of Societe Generale Private Banking Monaco in January 2011, then Managing Director of Societe Generale Bank & Trust, in charge of private banking activities in Luxembourg in January 2013. He became Deputy CEO of Societe Generale Private Banking Suissee in August 2015.
Olivier Lecler is a graduate of the Ecole Polytechnique and ENSAE.
Nicolas Cagi Nicolau
Nicolas Cagi Nicolau began his career in 1995 at Societe Generale, first as an Options Trader and then Options Desk Manager. After a range of roles in other major financial institutions, he returned to the Group in 2003, joining the Structured Products desk of Societe Generale Bank & Trust in Luxembourg as Deputy Head of Sales, covering both France and the UK.
In 2006 he became responsible for all the Structured Products activity of Societe Generale Bank & Trust before being appointed as Societe Generale Private Banking’s Global Head of Structured Products Solutions in 2007, in charge of the development and promotion of our structured products offer across the private bank's network.
In 2011 Nicolas Cagi Nicolau became Deputy Global Head of Market Solutions before being appointed Head of Marketing & Commercial at Societe Generale Private Banking and member of the private bank's Executive Committee in March 2012..
Nicolas Cagi Nicolau holds a post-graduate degree in Banking & Finance from Dauphine University, Paris.
Olivier Paccalin began his career in 1998 at the Head Office of SGPB where he contributed to the creation of the Business Line.
In 2005 he joined SGPB France as Marketing Manager for Portfolio Management Solutions. In 2007 he developed the entity’s Investment Advisory team, becoming head of the team which joined Advisory Managed in 2009. In 2011 he was appointed local head of Investment Solutions (now WMS) with responsibility for financing, life insurance and real estate before being appointed Chief Investment Officer for SGPB France in 2012.
In September 2015, he was appointed Head of Wealth Management Solutions for Societe Generale Private Banking and joined the Executive Committee of the private bank.
Olivier Paccalin is a graduate of the Paris Dauphine University, member of the SFAF and is a certified by the Certified International Investment Analysts.
Anne Tourneix joined Societe Generale in February 2009 as HR Business Partner with the investment bank, in charge of the Global Research, Client Management Unit and Treasury perimeters. Since April 2012, Anne has been Global HR Business Partner for Fixed Income activities.
Prior to joining Societe Generale, Anne was Head of Recruitment and then Head of Human Resources within Team Trade Group, an IT financial consultancy company, where she worked during 7 years.
Anne holds a Master's Degree in Business Administration from the Montpellier Business School.
Hélène Faracci-Steffan started her career in 1989 as a Quantitative Analyst at ABF Capital Management, where she was appointed successively Head of Portfolio Management then Head of Research.
In 1997 she joined Societe Generale Group as Head of Fixed Income Quantitative Research at Societe Generale Asset Management before taking up the position of Head of Balance Sheet Management for Societe Generale group in 2005.
Hélène was appointed Chief Financial Officer of Societe Generale Private Banking in 2011, joining its Executive Committee in 2013.
Hélène is a graduate of the Ecole Centrale in Paris and is a Chartered Financial Analyst.