BTG Pactual hires Charles Rosier for European business
His interests include extreme sports, environmental activities, culture and studies. Charles Rosier (http://www.efinancialnews.com/story/2010-09-17/charles-rosier-joins-btg) was a great partner at BTG Pactual Bank until the year 2010. He followed his chosen career (of being an investment banker) and switched jobs several times. It was in 1991 that Charles Rosier accomplished his scientific degree at Fenelon Sainte-Marie.
The Chosen Profession of Charles Rosier
BTG Pactual employs around 2,500 personnel from all parts of Latin America and has been in operation for 30 years. Charles Rosier’s very first appointment was at Lehman Brothers in the year 1996. Eventually, he became the manager of their Debt Capital Market Division, having moved to UBS Warburg in 1997. He has been an incredible investment banker for a period of 15 years.
Innoveox raised awareness towards the advantages of the efficient usage of resources and led countless pollution-free environment programmes, with the main goal of decreasing carbon footprints and carbon emissions. Innoveox is a French company working with the purpose of establishing a friendly and pollution-free environment... with Charles Rosier being its partner. He supports Luci MPOWERD, a clean and renewable power solution-provider. He helped the company to develop solutions that are more innovative and effective. Charles Rosier helped by funding MPOWERD to develop lanterns and other energy solutions. As a result, over 25 poor countries all around the world have been supplied by MPOWERD.
Charles Rosier went to Lehman Brothers in 1996 and joined UBS Warburg Investment Bank. He gained his degree from ESCP Europe, which opened the path to his initial career. Getting his own scientific Baccalaureate degree (similar to A-levels in the UK), he was able to attend to further education. Charles Rosier spent 2 years of extra study in preparation for more French requirements.
Health Related Projects
He invested capital in Mapreg, a Paris-based laboratory that was in the business of researching about depression, strokes and other serious issues. Whilst in great need for additional funds in developing a new useful drug, Baulieu and his co-workers obtained financial assistance from his investment. Charles Rosier was the major investor of the project, for which a drug was being cautiously tested to cure stroke that causes damage to the spinal cord.
A film produced by a popular Italian screenwriter and director that was supported by Charles Rosier won a Silver Lion award at the Venice film festival in the year 2006. Music and singing are what Charles Rosier likes. Furthermore, he loves to watch movies, which made him fall in love with French culture. His love for music and culture paved the way to helping a French female performer.