Charles Rosier (cet article) handled the French-speaking markets of France, Belgium, as well as Quebec. He became a member of BTG Pactual in August 2010. He became partners with an excellent investment bank in Latin America: BTG Pactual. He is popular as being one of the most seasoned bankers in over 15 years. Charles Rosier’s very first appointment was at Lehman Brothers in 1996. Then he went to UBS Warburg and became the manager of their Debt Capital Market Division in the year 1997.
Charles Rosier’s Wonderful Career Experiences
Five principles (Client Focus, Long Term View, Global Thinking Presence, Meritocracy and Partnership and World-Class Governance) were put in place by Charles Rosier during his stay at BTG Pactual. Charles Rosier worked in the role of Debt Capital Manager at SBC Warburg from 1997 to 2009. When he began his career as an investment banker, he went to work at Lehman Brothers. Goldman Sachs (also known as GMS) is one of the best banks, worldwide, having many active branches in various countries. Working as their Managing Director, he focused on keeping public assets properly handled.
Charles Rosier's Environmental Projects
Charles Rosier is dedicated to helping the environment by developing energy and power sectors in poor countries. Charles Rosier helps to promote a pollution-free environment by working hand-in-hand with a French company known as Innoveox. To provide energy solutions to poor countries, MPOWERD established economical LED lanterns.
Baulieu and his colleagues were creating a new drug, however they needed more finances to develop such a drug... so he invested in them. Charles Rosier was the major investor of the project, for which a drug was being tested to treat stroke that causes damage to the spinal cord. Being one of his healthcare projects, he invested in Mapreg, a pharmaceutical company led by Professor Etienne Baulieu. Charles Rosier’s first healthcare project was the Mapreg Drug project.
Charles Rosier spent two years of extra study in preparation for additional French requirements. It was at Paris’s Fenelon Sainte-Marie where Charles Rosier finished his secondary education. Large organisations see him to be a well-experienced banker, who is able to hold different positions in the sector.