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10 p.m Mr. Murphy helped broker 2010's biggest office lease: Societe Generale's 440,000 Gray Hamner...Gordon tapped Patrick Murphy to manage the company's New Jersey office in 1998, the firm was ranked a dismal fifth in the region and housed 37
This copy is for your personal, non-commercial use only...CUI Societe Generale SA has agreed to purchase North American power and natural-gas assets from RBS Sempra Commodities, the latest effort by the French bank to expand its commodities business.
France's second-largest bank in 245 Park 245 Park Avenue Societe Generale has dotted the i's and accented the e's on its 440,000-square-foot lease at 245 Park Avenue, marking the year's largest lease. As The Commercial Observer previously reported
Payback time for Societe Generale after Jerome Kerviel scandal Jerome Kerviel must pay back Societe Generale the amount his rogue trading lost the bank, but that may take a while Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel at his trial in June...
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Kerviel's sentence has made him a hero The public weren't sure where their sympathies lay in the case of the French rogue trader but his absurd sentence changed that Jerome Kerviel, who was ordered by the court to repay the 5bn he lost of Societe
I had to be killed so Societe Generale could survive' Rogue trader speaks out against court verdict, saying he was being made to pay for the malpractice of several people Jerome Kerviel , the former trader ordered to spend three years behind bars and
And yesterday rogue trader Jerome Kerviel was made to pay for his actions literally. The 35-year-old Frenchman, whose fraud at Societe Generale almost broke the bank, was sentenced to three years in jail. He was also ordered to repay the 4.3billion
Jerome Kerviel, the former Societe Generale trader whose rogue dealings almost brought about the French bank's demise, was convicted of breach of trust and other crimes Tuesday and sentenced to at least three years in prison. Mr.