Societe Generale Appoints Sunil Shah As CEO Of India, Romania Units

Societe Generale, French financial services major, has appointed Sunil Shah as chief executive officer of the company’s solution global solution centres in India and Romania. 

Shah, who holds a computer science engineering degree from University of Mysore, and an MBA from INSEAD, Singapore and France, worked with Fidelity for more than seven years and led the asset management IT team before joining Societe Generale Global Solution Centre (SG GSC) in 2011. Since 2015, he is leading all delivery verticals as deputy CEO of SG GSC. He worked with InfosysNSE 0.47 % for over a decade managing large programmes for financial services firms and consulting assignments across India and global locations. 

Based in Bangalore, Shah will oversee Societe Generale Global Solution Centre (India) and Societe Generale European Business Services (Romania), which deliver services on information technology, banking operations, finance and research for Societe Generale across the globe. The company said in a statement Shah would report to Christophe Leblanc, Group Head of Corporate Resources and Innovation and would drive the digital transformation initiatives, innovation and creation of new services. 

“He will be the right person to drive the company towards our vision of heightened client centricity and digital transformation goals,” Leblanc was quoted in the press release. 

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