Société Générale undertakes to make its website accessible in accordance with Article 47 of Law No. 2005-102 of February 11, 2005.
To this end, it shall implement the strategy and actions detailed in its multi-year plan which is currently being drawn up.
This declaration of accessibility applies to the site Société Générale Africa.
The Société Générale institutional site Africa is in partial compliance with WCAG 2.1 Double-A (AA) level due to the non-conformities and deviations listed below.
The compliance audit carried out by Ipedis reveals that the compliance rate is 58.97%:
- 23 compliant criteria
- 16 non-compliant criteria
- 11 non-applicable criteria
The contents listed below are not accessible for the following reasons.
Several elements of non-compliance are described in this document, some of which are recurrent on several pages:
- The informative image has a textual alternative, but it is not relevant and does not allow the content of the image to be understood.
- The contrast of certain texts in relation to the background is insufficient.
- The contrast of certain interface components compared to the background is insufficient.
- Some text is not readable when spacing properties are redefined.
- Page titles are irrelevant.
- The title of certain links does not allow us to understand the destination.
- A link without an apparent title is present on the page
- Keyboard traps are present on the site.
- Some text-only images are not transmitted to the screen reader.
- The focus is on hidden elements.
- Focus is not visible on some elements.
- The tab order does not always follow a path that is consistent.
- Some components are not accessible for keyboard navigation.
- The input error message is not accompanied by suggestions to help correct input errors. Example: no email format proposed for the contact page.
- Some pages have invalid source code: writing rule, opening, closing and nesting of elements, uniqueness of id attributes.
Derogations for disproportionate burden
No derogation identified.
Content not subject to the obligation of accessibility
No content not subject to the accessibility obligation
ESTABLISHMENT OF THIS DECLARATION OF ACCESSIBILITY
This statement was made on 24/10/2023.
Technologies used for the website development:
The tests of the web pages were performed with the following combinations of user agents and screen readers:
- NVDA with Google Chrome
The following tools were used in the evaluation:
- Web Developer Toolbar
- WCAG - Contrast checker
- Accessible Color Picker
- Axe DevTools - Web Accessibility Testing
- Assistant RGAA
- PDF Accessibility Checker (PAC) 2021
Pages of the site having been the subject of the verification of conformity:
- Legal Information
- Our network
- Grow with Africa
- Societe Generale Fondation
- Our Employees
- Financial Inclusion
MULTIANNUAL SCHEME AND ANNUAL ACTION PLAN
Société Générale is committed to making its websites and applications accessible, in accordance with the article 47 of the Act No 2005-102 of the 11 February 2005.
For this purpose, we will carry out the strategy and actions listed in Multi-year accessibility plan and the Annual accessibility improvement plan.
This accessibility statement applies to afrique.societegenerale.com
FEEDBACK AND CONTACT INFORMATION
Please help us to improve content accessibility by using this contact address firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know of any problems you may experience or to request access to inaccessible information or documents. We will get back to you as soon as possible.
This procedure shall be used in the following case.
You have notified the accessibility referent an accessibility defect that prevents you from accessing any of the content or services of Wholesale Banking and you have not been given a satisfying answer.
By submitting a complaint to the Defender of Rights
Contact the representative of the Defender of Rights in your region
Send a letter by mail (free of charge, do not put a stamp on it)
Défenseur des droits
Libre réponse 71120
75342 Paris CEDEX 07