BRUXELLES. Part de Réserve. green, black. No 84790. Central fold. New statutes were agreed in 1903, to come into force in 1905. The purpose of the new statutes was to bring the company in line with the law of 1875, to extend the life of the company, and, more interestingly, to change the name from 'Société Générale pour favoriser l'Industrie nationale' to 'Société Générale de Belgique'. This led to new share issues. Signed (facsimile) by Jean Jadot as governor. Long format, with vignettes of a god, train, and mining-scenes. The Société Générale was the largest holding in Belgium, with a history going back to 1822, before Belgium even existed.
Date: 1 July 1922
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