Head of Societe Generale Private Banking
Jean-François Mazaud was appointed Head of Societe Generale Private Banking in March 2012. He became a member of Societe Generale Group’s Management Committee in 2012 and a member of Societe Generale Global Banking and Investor Solutions’ Executive Committee in 2013.
In 2017, on top of his existing role as Head of Societe Generale Private Banking, Jean-François has taken the responsibility of supervising the new Asset & Wealth Management business unit of the Societe Generale group. This business unit is composed of 2 distinct activities: Lyxor (the asset management arm of Societe Generale) and Societe Generale Private Banking.
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-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.