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Societe Generale applies the regulation (EU) 2015/847 on traceability of fund transfers and will strengthen some checks

gpiSociete Generale complies with regulation (EU) 2015/847 and, from 26 June 2017, will strengthen the checks made on the information contained in the fund transfers sent or received by an establishment located in the EU, whatever the transmission channel (paper, electronically, file upload, web input).

The fund transfers must systematically include information about the transaction’s originator (full identity and address) and the transaction’s beneficiary (account number and identity)1.

Any transfers of funds with missing, incomplete and/or inconsistent information about the originator and/or beneficiary may be rejected from the abovementioned date.
We will provide all the support needed to bring your transactions into compliance and invite you to pay careful attention to how your transactions are formatted.

  • 1 For entities in the European Economic Area (EEA), regulation (EU) 2015/847 includes the possibility, for intra-EEA transfers of funds, to only provide the account numbers (or unique identifiers) of the originator/beneficiary.
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