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A bespoke range of products listed on the London Stock Exchange

Societe Generale is the world's largest issuer of Listed Products by volume with over EUR 50bn traded across the global stock exchanges*. The strength of this offering is based on our foundation as a global leader in equity derivatives, and over 20 years of experience in this market.

In the UK, Societe Generale was a pioneer of the Listed Products market with the launch of Covered Warrants. Since then, the range has expanded to include over 800 products. All are listed on the London Stock Exchange and trade like a share during normal market hours.

How can Advisers use Listed Products in client portfolios?

Listed products encompass a huge diversity of product types. From the increasingly popular Exchange Traded Fund to lesser known trading products such as Covered Warrants or Turbos. This opens up a whole world of opportunity for advisers looking for low cost, transparent products for their client portfolios.

Bespoke products for your clients

Listed products can be quickly created on an extensive range of underlying indices, stocks, currency pairs and commodities. If there is a particular objective that you are trying to meet and we don't have a solution in the range, we can create something specifically for you based on small trading sizes. Once listed, your product would be supported by live prices on the London Stock Exchange throughout trading hours, providing you with the flexibility to trade in or out of your position during normal market conditions.

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For more information on the full range of current products available on the London Stock Exchange, visit our website Or, if you would prefer to speak to the sales desk, you can call us directly on 0207 762 5111.

Lyxor Asset Management

A fully owned subsidiary of Societe Generale Group, at Lyxor Asset Management (Lyxor) we take great pride in our innovative approach, and our absolute commitment to quality, transparency and flexibility. These values have been the cornerstone of our offer since Lyxor was launched in 1998.

Today with more than 600 professionals covering all major investment markets, Lyxor manages approximately $100 billion of assets and 1,400 funds* around the world. Our pioneering spirit and commitment to quality transcends all areas of our business and every person involved in it.

Experts in ETFs since 2001

Lyxor launched its first ETF on the Paris Euronext stock exchange back in 2001, and today we stand among the most experienced ETF providers. With over Eur 39bn of ETF Assets Under Management Lyxor is the 3rd largest ETF provider in Europe*

Our success is built on a history of innovation, and a constant drive to provide investors with better, and more efficient ways to access more of the world’s greatest investment opportunities. Some of Lyxor’s achievements to date include:

  • First to offer a CAC 40 ETF in 2001
  • First in Europe to offer complete exposure to BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India, China) countries
  • First to cover Asian sector ETFs and to offer a full set of global sector ETFs
  • First to offer exposure to dividends and Enhanced
  • Volatility as an asset class through a single trade

*As at January 2015

Access to more markets

One of the greatest strengths is our ability to deliver secure, liquid and precise tracking in even the most remote investment markets. Today Lyxor has a comprehensive range of over 264 ETFs, which covers over 160 individual indices and encompasses a huge diversity of countries, regions, themes, sectors, commodities and fixed income baskets. On the London Stock Exchange UK investors can access more than 70 Lyxor ETFs denominated in GBp, EUR or USD.

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Important information

Exchange Traded Products are issued by either Societe Generale Effekten or Societe GeneraleAcceptance, each a member of the SOCIETE GENERALE group of companies. Any failure of the relevant SOCIETE GENERALE group issuer to perform obligations when due may result in the loss of all or part of an investment. Prior to any investment in these products, investors should make their own appraisal of the risks from a financial, legal and tax perspective, without relying exclusively on the information provided by us, both on our website and in the Pricing Supplement of the product available on We recommend that investors consult their independent professional adviser before investing.

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Key risks for Investment Plans


Capital is at risk and investors could lose some or all of their capital.

If SG Issuer and Societe Generale were to default or become insolvent, the products will terminate immediately. The amount that your client receives back for their investment will depend on i) the market value of their Investment at that time and on ii) the value of the collateral assets at the time of expiry and your client may receive back less than your initial investment.

Liquidity risk: Societe Generale aims to provide a secondary market for the products during the investment term. However, certain exceptional market circumstances may have a negative effect on the liquidity of the products, and even render the products entirely illiquid, which may make it impossible to sell the products and result in the partial or total loss of the invested amount. There is no liquid market on which these products can be easily traded, and this may have a material adverse effect on the price at which these products might be sold. Therefore, the investor may lose part or all of the invested amount.

As with all similar structured investments, in the event of Counterparty or Issuer insolvency your client will not have recourse to the Financial Services Compensation Scheme.

Market risk: The products may be subject to significant price movement at any time before maturity, which may in certain cases lead to the loss of your entire capital invested.



Key risks for Deposit Plans


If Societe Generale Hambros Bank Limited becomes insolvent or fails to repay the amounts due, you could lose some or all of your initial deposit and any gross return owed to you on the Plan maturity Date. As with any deposit, if the Deposit taker fails to pay or becomes insolvent you may be eligible to claim under the UK Financial Services Compensation Scheme (“FSCS”) up to the scheme limits. For further information visit

In order to provide the performance of a Deposit Plan, the Deposit taker will enter into a linked transaction with Societe Generale. In the event an ‘Extraordinary Event’ were to occur whereby for example, Societe Generale becomes insolvent, and the Deposit taker was unable to match the terms of the linked transaction with another provider, the Deposit taker may not be able to maintain the returns or income stipulated for a Deposit Plan. In such circumstances the income or return investors receive from a Deposit Plan may be less than the headline rate. The investor’s Counterparty Risk with Societe Generale relates only to the terms of the income or return which can be offered by a Deposit Plan. The solvency of Societe Generale has no effect on the actual deposit.

Market risk: The deposit Plans may be subject to significant price movement at any time before maturity. If you were to withdraw from the Plan early you could get back less than your initial deposit.



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