Charles Rosier (dooid.me/charlesrosier) finally joined BTG Pactual in August 2010. He became a partner at BTG Pactual, an investment bank based in Latin America. There are approximately 2,500 personnel employed at BTG Pactual, which has 30 years of experience. His appointment at Lehman Brothers in 1996 was his first step towards his future. In 1997, he transferred to UBS Warburg where he became manager of their Debt Capital Market Division. The French-speaking markets of France, Belgium and Quebec were managed by Charles Rosier when he worked at UBS Warburg.
Academic Achievements that Charles Rosier Acquired
Charles Rosier earned his first scientific Baccalaureate degree (which is similar to A-levels in the UK). He received his degree from ESCP Europe, which opened the path to his initial job. Two years of additional classes were taken by Charles Rosier in order to get ready for further French certifications.
Charles Rosier's Environmental Projects
Promoting the proper usage of resources paired with awareness projects on pollution-free environment is vital to Innoveox since they envision creating a safe environment for all by lowering carbon dioxide emissions. Charles Rosier is a partner at a French firm (Innoveox) that envisions an environment that is totally free from pollution. To develop lanterns and other energy solutions, Charles Rosier extended his support by investing in MPOWERD. They then supplied such to over 25 poor countries worldwide. Economical LED lanterns is a project of MPOWERD. These are being delivered to poor countries to provide them with cost-effective energy solutions.
Charles Rosier: Life Story
Charles Rosier attended the Fenelon Sainte-Marie where he earned his scientific degree in the year 1991. He followed his chosen career (of being an investment banker) and switched jobs many times. To prepare himself for ESCP Europe, Charles Rosier took additional classes at a private school named Integrale.
When Baulieu and his colleagues were facing financial difficulties on developing a new drug, he financed them. Because of the investment provided by him, the company was able to perform studies and give a percentage of their profit to Charles Rosier. He financed Mapreg, a laboratory based in Paris, in order to conduct research regarding stroke, depression and other serious ailments. Charles Rosier’s first healthcare project was the Mapreg Drug project.