Legal information

This website is published by SGEF SA

Société Anonyme with a capital stock of € 750,354,960,42 as of May 18, 2018

Nanterre Trade Register No. B420 625 113

APE No.: 8299Z and 7010Z

Registered Office: 17 cours Valmy, 92800 PUTEAUX

VAT No: FR 23 420 625 113

Publication Manager: Jochen JEHMLICH, Chief Executive Officer

This website is hosted by: Waycom, 5 quai Marcel Dassault, Tel Fax: Contact:, 92150 Suresnes

This website is governed by French law.



SGEF SA shall make its best efforts to ensure that the information displayed on this website is accurate and up-to-date. SGEF SA reserves its right to amend the content of this website at any time, without prior notice. However, SGEF SA is not able to guarantee that the information herein is complete or that it will not be modified by a third party (malware). SGEF SA shall not be held liable for any difficulty or impossibility to access the website due to an internet connection problem. SGEF SA shall not be held liable for any indirect consequential loss or damage, including, but not limited to: any damage or loss arising from any transaction carried out on the basis of the information herein, any loss of profit, loss of business, or any other loss arising from a service interruption due to an internet connection problem. Further, SGEF SA shall not be held liable neither for the results of any factor beyond their control nor for any eventual loss or damage to the technical environment of the website users, including, but not limited to, hardware, software, or any other equipment used to access this website or use the services and/or the information herein.

The content of this website is provided for information purposes only. This information should not to be construed as a public offer, a solicitation from SGEF SA to the visitor of the website.


The access to the information and products on this website could be subject to restriction for certain persons or countries other than France.  None of the services and products target persons from countries which prohibit those services and products. Each person interested by subscribing products/services should assess with his/her own advisor whether his/her legal and fiscal status allows it.



SGEF SA is not registered as broker-dealer in accordance with US Securities Exchange Act of 1934 as amended (the “1934 Act”), nor in accordance with any other US applicable law.




This entire website is governed by French and international legislation on copyright, trademark and database law and intellectual property in general, both as they are applicable to its form (editorial choices, layout, topics, means for accessing data, display, etc.), and to its content (text, images, etc.). Any reproduction, representation, diffusion or re-diffusion, in whole or in part, of the contents of this website on any medium or by any means whatsoever (including, but not limited to, caching, framing), as well as any sale, resale, retransmission or any other act tending to make such contents available to any third party in any manner whatsoever shall be prohibited, except preliminary written authorization of the publication manager. Failure to comply with these restrictions shall constitute a forgery engaging the civil and criminal liability of the forger. Only the paper reproduction is authorized under conditions of a use in strictly personal purposes, a respect for the integrity of the reproduced documents, or in short quotation with clear and readable mention of the source, for example under the following form " Extracts from the site  All rights reserved SGEF SA. "

The trademarks quoted on the site are protected: their reproduction or use is forbidden.


SGEF SA shall not be liable for the hypertext links towards other websites, and particularly for the contents of the linked websites.

SGEF SA shall not be liable for the hypertext links towards this website.



As a general information on Société Générale Group undertakings regarding data processing, please read the Société Générale Group data policy.

During your visit to our website, in addition to the cookies (please read below), SGEF SA may also collect your personal data, as data controller, only if you fill our contact form. The IP address of the person filling out the contact form is also collected for a better understanding of the individual’s request.

The personal data are processed by automated means, with your consent or if the processing is based at least on one of the following legal grounds:

1. necessary for the performance of a contract,

2. necessary for the purposes of the legitimate interests pursued by SGEF SA,

3. necessary for compliance with a legal obligation to which SGEF SA is subject.

Moreover, if some information not mandatory for the purpose aforementioned are collected, they will be collected with your consent. This consent may be withdrawn at any time.

Your personal data is intended for managers and services concerned, legal entities of the SGEF SA group, its partners (vendors), insurers, subcontractors and service providers, and only to the extent strictly necessary to fulfil their duties.

Unless otherwise stipulated by legal or regulatory provisions, the personal data are stored for a duration no longer than necessary for the purposes for which they are processed, within the legal statute of limitations in force.

To the extent necessary for the fulfillments of the above purposes, SGEF SA may communicate some information to its entities, service providers as well as to its partners (vendors) that are not members of the European Economic Area. These transfers are processed in a manner and guarantees that ensures appropriate security and confidentiality of the personal data (authorisation by the competent data protection authority, standard contractual clauses signed between the partner/service provider concerned and SGEF SA, and/or Binding Corporate Rule of Société Générale group).

For more details, please read our Data Protection Notice. You may also send your request to

You are entitled to access to your personal data, to obtain rectification and erasure, a right to restriction of processing, a right to object as well as a right to data portability, subject to the conditions defined by the applicable regulations, from the following email address:

Your rights may be also exercised with our Data Protection Officer, by email:  You have the right to lodge a complaint with the Commission Nationale Informatique et Liberté (CNIL), the supervisory authority in charge of compliance with obligations regarding personal data.



This website is protected by a high level of technical security, and it is under permanent monitoring. The algorithms and mechanisms, used to protect your communications with SGEF SA and the information that pertains you, comply with the French regulations in effect.



The website uses “cookies”. We use cookies on our site to allow a more effective and secure navigation for the users.

1. What is a cookie?

A cookie is a data file often saved in a specific folder in the hard drive of your device* whenever you consult an online service via your browser. The cookie file is used to identify the computer in which it was saved, and for the duration of the file's validity.

* Device refers to the equipment (computer, tablet, smartphone, etc.) you use to consult or view a website, an application, advertising content, etc.

2. What do we use cookies for?

Depending on your preferences, we use cookies on our website to make browsing easier for you. The cookies allow you to connect to your services (e.g. online banking), choose your connection preferences (language, etc.), sign up for online products and services, and use tools, like simulators.

The cookies we send allow us to:

- get statistics on the volume of traffic and consultation of the parts making up our website (consulted sections and content, browsing history) so that we can make our services more relevant and ergonomic;

- adapt the presentation of our website to the display settings (language, screen resolution, operating system, etc.) of your device while you consult our website, and according to your device's viewing and playback equipment and software;

- store the information you filled in on a form on our website;

- give you access to exclusive and personal pages on our website using the login IDs or information provided to us at an earlier stage;

- set up security measures, especially when connecting to your exclusive page after a period of inactivity, in which case you are required to re-enter your login ID.

3. Which cookies do we use?

• Functional cookies or cookies used strictly for the website:

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What data is collected and for how long?

Identification token, session only

To what end?

Authentication mechanism

• Analytics cookies

We use these cookies to establish the use and performance of our website, statistics, the volume of traffic and utilization of the parts making up our website (content consulted, browser history) so that we can improve the relevance and ergonomics of our services (most consulted pages and sections, most-read articles, etc.).

We also use these cookies to count the number of visitors per page, as well as the total number of adverts we display.

These cookies come from Google Analytics.

• Sharing cookies (connection with social networks)

Our website contains links to Facebook, Twitter and other similar social networks that allow you to share content from our website with other people. Whenever you use these share buttons a third-party cookie is installed. If you are connected to the social network while browsing our website, you can use the share buttons to link the consulted content to your user account.

• CivicAllowCookies

We use these cookies to trace the customer agreement on advertising, analyzing the navigation and sharing site contents. Its value can be at Yes or No. Its use is limited to 90 days.


The cookie “PHPSESSID” is a “session” cookie created by PHP that has no validity period. It disappears when the client closes the session. This is a native PHP cookie and allows web sites to store serialized data.

We use these cookies to establish a user session and to transmit data through a temporary cookie, called a session cookie.


4. Third party cookies

Over their period of validity, this type of cookie sent by third parties allows third parties to draw up statistics by counting the number of content displays on our websites, identify which content was displayed and the number of users clicking on specific content.

The cookies that are sent and used by third parties are subject to the third parties' cookie policies. We inform you of the purpose of the cookies we are aware of and the means at your disposal to apply your preferences.

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5. How to refuse/delete cookies

Essentially, users can decide whether or not cookies can be stored on their device, and they can choose to change their settings at any time, free of charge.

If you have allowed cookies to be saved on your device through your browser, the cookies integrated in the pages and content you consult may be temporarily stored in a designated folder on your device.

If you refuse to have cookies saved on your device, or if you delete the cookies already saved on your device, you will no longer be able to benefit from a number of features offered by our website.

Below are instructions on how to accept/refuse or delete the cookies on our website:

Each browser has different settings. You can find them under the Help menu of your chosen browser, and they will give instructions on how to change your cookie preferences.


Internet Explorer:



6. More information on cookies


See on the CNIL’s website: