French banking group Societe Generale has hired four new executives in its Middle East hub in Dubai to meet the growing needs of its clients in the region.

The newly hired executives will cover sovereign clients, family offices, and global markets sales targeting both financial institutions and corporates in the Middle East.

The newly created roles will enable the group to develop tailored products and services to locally serve the specific requirements of its client base.

The bank has hired Amine Jaoui as the new head of public sector coverage. In his new role, Jaoui will be responsible for sovereign clients and public authorities across the Middle East and in Egypt. Earlier, he served as head of business development at the bank.

Damien Pierron has been named as the new head of family offices and holdings’ coverage. He will provide investment banking services to a selected group of family offices, holdings and their subsidiaries.

Rishmein Vallimamode has been hired as the corporate derivatives sales specialist. He will focus on corporate clients in the region.

Wassim Kesrouani has been appointed as the new fixed income and currencies sales specialist. He will concentrate on developing the foreign exchange (FX) business with financial institutions in the Middle East. He will also work closely with all Global Markets teams to boost cross selling.