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Société Générale: the "Krupa method" already in force

2023-09-18T13:54:57.719Z

Highlights: The 49-year-old Franco-Polish leader is very focused on his mission. He refused to take the rotating presidency of the French Banking Federation (FBF), which should have returned to Société Générale. Nicolas Namias, Chairman of the Executive Board of the mutual banking group BPCE (Banque Populaire, Caisse d'Epargne, Natixis), has held this position since 1 September. Slawomir Krupa is the vice-president of BPCE.


STORY - In recent months, the new boss has implemented new ways of working.


Slawomir Krupa is a man of action. Since taking office as Chief Executive Officer of Societe Generale on 24 May, he has made his mark: management teams have been reshuffled and several strategic decisions have already been announced. "He has a fairly clear and determined vision of what he wants to do for the bank," it says internally.

The 49-year-old Franco-Polish leader is very focused on his mission. To dedicate himself entirely to the revival of the banking group, which has had fifteen years in a rollercoaster ride under the leadership of Frédéric Oudéa, punctuated by crises and scandals (Kerviel affair...), he refused to take the rotating presidency of the French Banking Federation (FBF), which should have returned to Société Générale.

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Nicolas Namias, Chairman of the Executive Board of the mutual banking group BPCE (Banque Populaire, Caisse d'Epargne, Natixis), has held this position since 1 September; Slawomir Krupa is the vice-president.

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Source: lefigaro

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