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Changes at Societe Generale in Asia

The French bank appoints Frenkenberg and Magnouat to head acquisition and leveraged finance for the region.

Societe Generale corporate and investment banking has appointed new co-heads of acquisition and leveraged finance for Asia-Pacific. Effective August 1, Marc Frenkenberg and Bruno Magnouat will replace Pierre-Louis Auzel and Thierry Magnan, who currently head this team.

Frenkenberg will be based in Japan, while Magnouat will be stationed in Hong Kong. Frenkenberg moved to Asia from SG's London offices in 2006. He was initially based in Hong Kong, then moved to Tokyo in 2008. In London, Frenkenberg worked with the leveraged finance group. He has also worked in SG's securitisation teams in the New York and Sydney offices.

Magnouat started his career at Calyon in New York where he focused on project finance...

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