Société Générale Corporate & Investment Banking (CIB) has appointed Christophe Hioco as chief operating officer (COO). In this newly created position, his primary focus will be to provide optimal allocation of the scarce resources as well as driving the transformation of SocGen CIB operational model. His remit includes the direct supervision of resource functions (operations, IT, finance) and the management of operational risk via the security and anti-fraud expertise team.
Based in Paris, he is a member of the CIB restricted executive committee and of the group’s general management committee. He reports directly to Michel Péretié, CEO of SocGen CIB.
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