Societe Generale has implemented strong systems, controls and procedures designed to prevent, detect and report money laundering, the financing of terrorism and corruption in line with our policies. Societe Generale works actively on adapting international standards to meet its regulatory obligations to safeguard its clients, supported by dedicated Financial Crime Units.
SGIL, as part of the Societe Generale Group, follows systems, controls and procedures designed and implemented by Societe Generale.
Below you will find the Group and SGIL documentation relating to the prevention of Financial Crime. Additional information on the Societe Generale Group can be accessed at: www.societegenerale.com/en/about-us/responsibility/compliance
Societe Generale has promoted strict principles laid down in its Code of Conduct that comply with the most rigorous regulations in this respect, including the UK Bribery Act (2010).
International Sanctions – Embargos
Compliance with sanctions is an ongoing issue which is increasing in importance and complexity, thus generating significant operational risks and requiring an international approach. Trade embargos and economic sanctions are strictly complied with throughout the Societe Generale group
Control provisions have been put in place by the Group to ensure that transactions comply with local rules, laws including the Criminal Finances Act 2017 and the Group’s Tax Code of Conduct.