Conseiller juridique, Société Générale
Alexandre Leduc currently works as a legal counsel at Société Générale, more particularly as the Global Lead Lawyer in charge of financial crime matters. As such, he provides legal advice to the Compliance Department and the Business Units on the implementation of legal and regulatory requirements relating to money laundering, terrorist financing, corruption, and trade sanctions and embargoes. Alexandre is also highly involved in the remediation plans required by competent authorities, both at national and international levels (sanctions and corruption). Moreover, he ensures the review of Compliance incidents, whistleblowing alerts on financial crime, and internal policies, but also contributes to specific external working groups on regulatory issues - including at European level.
Besides, he provides external and internal trainings, and has provided courses and lectures to several Masters degrees (Panthéon-Sorbonne, Nice).
Before that, Alexandre was working as a legal advisor in financial law at Crédit Agricole CIB, and as an AML-CFT analyst for SG CIB after having graduated both in Banking & Financial Law (Panthéon-Sorbonne) and in Financial Criminal Law (Cergy-Pontoise / ESSEC Business School).