Energy derivatives house of the year - Société Générale

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If Société Générale had to point to one instance of the support it provided to energy clients during the financial crisis, reopening the euro corporate bond market in October 2008 wouldn’t be a bad place to start.

For five weeks following the collapse of Lehman Brothers, the market for European corporate paper shut down, while banks were left wondering how to even price a bond in the new, post-Lehman world. Into this frozen market came GDF Suez, the energy giant created in July 2008 through the

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