Charles Rosier - London, UK
In 1996, Charles Rosier started his career at Lehman Brothers before joining UBS Warburg Investment Bank. A while later he joined Goldman Sachs Bank where he managed the finance department. To prepare himself for ESCP Europe, he took additional classes at a private school called Integrale. Joining the BTG Pactual Bank, Charles Rosier worked with them until 2010.
With his eagerness to contribute to the medical industry, Charles Rosier invested in the Mapreg Drug Project. When Baulieu and his colleagues were experiencing financial problems on developing a new drug, he willingly funded them. The drug project he financed was for the treatment of stroke known to cause spinal cord problems and other related issues. Charles Rosier first started a healthcare project as an investor at Mapreg, a pharmaceutical firm led by Professor Etienne Baulieu.
How Charles Rosier Was Educated
Charles Rosier started his job at Lehman Brothers in 1996 before joining the UBS Warburg Investment Bank. His name became unexpectedly big in the industry because he was able to hold varied positions throughout his profession. His profession began after he finished his degree at ESCP Europe. Charles Rosier earned his first scientific Baccalaureate degree (which is same as A-levels in the UK).
Innoveox raised awareness towards the advantages of the efficient usage of resources and led countless pollution-free environment programmes, with the main goal of lowering carbon footprints and carbon emissions. Economical LED lanterns were created by MPOWERD to provide cost-effective energy solutions to poor countries. Charles Rosier is devoted to helping the environment by developing energy and power sectors in poor countries.