You are currently visiting "General Inspection - 2018 Program" website (https://concours-sg-ins.tk) of the Societe Generale Group.
This website allows you to remain in touch with the Inspection team of Société Générale for the purpose of the recruiting campaign of 2018.
Company name : Société Générale
Form : Limited Company
Share capital : EUR 1,007,799,641.25 as of 31/12/2015
RCS registration : Paris 552 120 222
APE Code : 651C
Head Office : 29 Boulevard Haussmann 75009 Paris
Intracommunity VAT N° : FR 27552 120 222
Legal representative : Mr Frédéric OUDEA - Chief Executive Officer
Director of publication - Mrs Caroline GUILLAUMIN
Editorial Manager - Mrs Nathalie GOUADAIN
Electronic mail: contact the webmaster - contact form
This site is published by Société Générale.
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This site is governed by French law.
Société Générale is a French credit institution (bank) authorized by the Autorité de Contrôle Prudentiel (or Prudential Control Authority per its translation to the English language) (ACP, 61, rue Taitbout 75 436 Paris Cedex 09) and controlled by this Authority and by the Autorité des Marchés Financiers (which translates to the Financial Market Authority) in France to act as a credit institution and investment firm (hereafter « investment services bank »), entitled to perform any banking activity or to provide any investment service except the operation of Multilateral Trading Facilities, under the provisions of the French Code Monétaire et Financier (Monetary and Financial Code per its translation to the English language).
This site is governed by French law.
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Lastly, Societe Generale and its contributors do not guarantee and shall in no way be responsible for the sequence, accuracy, absence of errors, veracity, currentness, fair and merchantable quality, overall quality, correctness, non-infringing character and availability of the information published on this site.You undertake to use the information on this site for personal purposes only and not for professional reasons.
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Societe Generale is not responsible for hypertext links used to redirect visitors to other sites, and in particular for the content of any such sites. Societe Generale shall not be held liable for hypertext links pointing to this site and it is forbidden to create any such links without the prior express authorisation of Societe Generale.
When you visit this site, in order to better serve your needs, Societe Generale may collect personal information that you provide, either directly (specifically your CV or application) or indirectly (e.g. your computer’s IP address), and where applicable using forms. This information is recorded in Societe Generale IT systems or those of service providers and consultants assigned by Societe Generale. Certain elements of your personal information are required to process your requests: in this case they are marked with an asterisk or a similar distinguishing mark.
The information collected will be automatically deleted after 12 months of non activity on your account.Use
The information we collect is used principally for the management of candidate applications and recruitment activities. It may also be used to inform you of job offers, forums, actions or publications that are likely to be of interest to you.
Indirect personal information, for statistical analysis, may also be collected for the purposes of managing your connection and navigation (See below, information about Cookies).Communication with third-parties
Personal data collected can, as expressly agreed upon, be shared with legal entities of Societe Generale Group, as well as to its partners, brokers and insurers as well to its subcontractors to the extent necessary for the fulfillment of the agreement or for direct marketing purposes.Processing security
Societe Generale takes all physical, technical and organisational measures needed to ensure the security and confidentiality of personal data, particularly in view of protecting it against loss, accidental destruction, alteration, and non authorised access.Application of European regulations on the transfer of personal data outside the European Union
In particular owing to the international nature of Societe Generale Group, and in order to optimise quality of service, the communication of information mentioned above may involved the transfer of personal data to countries from outside the European Economic Area, whose legislation on the protection of personal data is different from that within the European Union. Throughout the entire length of the banking relationship, Societe Generale may entrust certain services with operational functions to service providers chosen for their expertise and reliability outside the European Union to provide targeted and limited IT services (tests, developments, IT maintenance).Right of access, rectification and opposition
You have the right to access your personal data and to request that any incorrect, incomplete or out of date information be modified, updated or removed. Subject to a legitimate reason, you may also oppose the use of your personal information. This opposition may nevertheless lead to Societe Generale being unable to process your request. You may also oppose the use of your personal data for marketing communication purposes without the obligation of providing justification.
Your rights to access, rectify and oppose the use of your personnal information may be exercised online by accessing your personal account, or by contacting the webmaster: contact form.
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