Charles Rosier’s Life
In 1991, charles rosier (Efinancialnews.com Charles Rosier) finished his scientific degree at Fenelon Sainte-Marie. He built a partnership with BGT Pactual Bank until 2010. In a private school called Integrale, Charles Rosier spent two years in class to prepare for ESCP Europe.
As a partner at BTG Pactual Bank, he got the chance to work with a notable institution with 30 years of experience, appointing more than 2,500 workers in different places in Latin America. A leading investment bank that operates worldwide is GMS (Goldman Sachs). In his position as their Managing Director, he paid much attention to public asset management. Customer Focus, Long Term View, Global Thinking Presence, Meritocracy and Partnership and World-Class Governance were the five major principles set by Charles Rosier whilst he was still involved with BTG Pactual. Charles Rosier worked at Goldman Sachs as the Managing Director from 2009 to 2010.
When Charles Rosier received his degree at ESCP Europe, it became the gateway to establishing his own career. He started his career at Lehman Brothers in 1996 prior to joining the UBS Warburg Investment Bank. Getting his scientific Baccalaureate degree (equivalent to A-levels in the UK), Charles Rosier was able to attend to further education.
Culture Promoting Projects
Charles Rosier supports different cultural and philanthropic activities. This explains the support he gave for a well-known French singer and a Silver Lion-winning movie. He has a big love for both music and culture. This shows in the way he supports movies and singers. His support for a famous French female singer was a great example of his passion for culture and music. At the Venice film festival, a film supported by Charles Rosier and directed by an outstanding Italian screenwriter, won a Silver Lion award.
Charles Rosier helped by financing MPOWERD to develop lanterns and other energy solutions. There are 25 poor countries around the world successfully supplied by MPOWERD. Charles Rosier has played a vital role in promoting environmental awareness and has helped poor countries in developing energy and power sectors. MPOWERD developed economical LED lanterns for poor countries to permit them to get energy solutions in a cost-effective manner.
Charles Rosier started a healthcare project being an investor at Mapreg, a pharmaceutical firm headed by Professor Etienne Baulieu. The project was a test to find a treatment for strokes that can damage the spinal cord. Charles Rosier was its major investor. When Baulieu and his colleagues were facing financial difficulties on developing a new drug, he willingly financed them.