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Inès de Dinechin to replace Laurent Seyer as Lyxor A.M. CEO

Thursday, February 02, 2012
Opalesque Industry Update - Societe Generale Corporate & Investment Banking announces the appointment of Inès de Dinechin as Chief Executive Officer of Lyxor Asset Management. She replaces Laurent Seyer who will leave Societe Generale group to pursue other opportunities. This appointment will be effective as of the end of March 2012.

Inès de Dinechin has spent the vast majority of her career in markets activities, holding several management positions in financial markets (engineering and derivatives product sales) before being appointed Global Head of Fixed Income Structured Products (Rates, Forex, Credit). Her experience constitutes a real asset to consolidate the leadership of Lyxor Asset Management in its four areas of expertise: alternative investments, indexing & ETFs, quantitative and structured investments.

Inès de Dinechin’s replacement as Societe Generale Corporate & Investment Banking Head of Human Resources will be announced at a later stage.

Biography
Inès de Dinechin is named CEO of Lyxor Asset Management as of the end of March 2012.

Inès de Dinechin joined Societe Generale Corporate & Investment Banking markets activities in 1991. In charge of Derivatives Sales for French Corporates from 1994, she successively headed French and international teams until 2008. In 1999, she was given additional responsibility for the Fixed Income dealing room in Frankfurt and was also co-head of the Interest Rates Financial Engineering from 2002 to 2004. In 2008, she was appointed Global Head of Fixed Income Structured Products (Rates, Forex, Credit). She was named Head of Human Resources for Societe Generale Corporate & Investment Banking in 2009 and also became a member of Societe Generale Corporate & Investment Banking’s extended Executive Committee. Inès de Dinechin has a degree in Economics (Paris IX- Dauphine) and a Market Finance MBA (IEP Paris).

(press release)

Société Générale Corporate & Investment Banking www.sgcib.com

Lyxor Asset Management www.lyxor.com

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