SocGen appoints Claire Calmejane as Chief Innovation Officer

Claire Calmejane has left Lloyds Banking Group to take on the role of Chief Innovation Officer at French bank Societe Generale.

Calmejane, a keen advocate of blockchain technology, began her career in 2006 in the Technology Transformation department of Capgemini Consulting. She moved to Lloyds Banking Group in 2012 as Head of Digital Delivery, before being appointed Innovation Director and setting up the bank’s Innovation Labs and Digital Academy.

At SocGen, she will be tasked with identifying new business opportunities and services for customers. She will be in charge of developing partnerships with the external ecosystem, harnessing disruptive innovations, emerging technologies and data management.

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