SGCIB is the investment and corporate banking business of the Societe Generale Group, one of the largest banks in the euro-zone. SGCIB's uninterrupted presence in Poland dates back to 1976. SGCIB was one of the first foreign banks to launch operational activities in Poland in response to the political and economic changes of 1989. The Warsaw branch was created in October 1992.
SGCIB provides a comprehensive banking service to companies and institutional investors. The bank's offer includes corporate and investment banking services.
SGCIB is a leading bank on CP market. In 2006, SGCIB has regularly ranked among the leading Banks according to the value of papers placed on the market.
SGCIB is a one of the leaders on the market of hedging transactions against currency and interest rate risk. It is also one of the main arrangers and co-arrangers of syndicated loans ensuring financing of large investment projects.
SGCIB has been consistently expanding its regional network in Poland. At present, there are SGCIB offices in Wrocław, Katowice, Cracow, Poznań and Gdańsk. The offices are organised around the Warsaw branch. They focus their activity on corporate marketing, thus allowing the bank to develop business contacts with local customers by meeting their particular requirements. Société Générale Group employs more than 3000 people in Poland.
SGCIB offers tailor-made financial instruments. A comprehensive offer presented by SGCIB in the form of individually chosen and mutually connected tools provides the customers with the most advantageous solutions.
SGCIB's offer allows quick conclusion of transactions, safe cash management and placement of surplus resources. Currently, SGCIB is one of the most active arrangers of short- and medium-term debt origination programmes and a leader on the market of hedging transactions against currency and interests rate risk. SGCIB is also one of the main arrangers and co-arrangers of syndicated loans.