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Societe Generale Private Banking receives three awards from Private Banker International

Societe Generale Private Banking has received 3 awards at the Private Banker International* Awards ceremony in Singapore on 24 October 2012.

With the award for « Outstanding Wealth Planning & Trust Provider - Highly Commended » Private Banker International recognises the work of the global wealth planning solutions teams, essential components of Societe Generale Private Banking’s offering. Today, these teams comprise 200 professionals dedicated exclusively to studying and developing international wealth planning solutions for wealthy individuals and families, responding both to their personal and professional needs.

The award for « Outstanding Private Bank Middle East - Highly Commended » highlights Societe Generale Private Banking’s teams of experts in Dubai. With their deep knowledge and understanding of the Arab and Indian cultures, these teams ensure that the private bank provides a quality service which matches the specific requirements of these client segments, who have interests all round the world.

Societe Generale Private Banking had already received distinctions in the region, having being named « Best Private Bank in the Middle East » in 2011 and 2012 by Banker Middle East.

Societe Generale Private Banking’s third award went to Aditya Singh Chauhan, Senior Director, Societe Generale Private Banking (Asia Pacific) based in Singapore, who was named « Outstanding Young Private Banker 2012 ». He was chosen from among a number of up-and-coming talented private bankers under the age of 40.

* Private Banker International is a wealth management publication covering the full spectrum of wealthy individuals and the investment opportunities available to them from a global perspective.

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Aditya Singh Chauhan has 11 years professional experience in the personal and private banking industry in Singapore, Dubai and Mumbai. He began his career with HDFC Bank in India in 2001 in retail banking and moved later that year to Citibank Wealth Management in Dubai as a banker in its non-resident Indian team. He joined Societe Generale Private Banking in Singapore in 2005 as a Private Banker and Associate Director in the Global India Sub-continent team, serving non-resident Indian clients which the private bank serves from its offices in Dubai and Singapore. He was promoted to Senior Director in 2012.