Charles Rosier, London UK | Partner at BTG Pactual
Charles Rosier (lire l’article complet)’s first step towards his future was his appointment at Lehman Brothers in 1996. Then he went to UBS Warburg and became the manager of their Debt Capital Market Division in 1997. BTG Pactual employs around 2,500 personnel from all parts of Latin America and has been in operation for 30 years. Charles Rosier deals with all the French-speaking markets such as France, Belgium and Quebec at UBS Warburg.
His love for music and culture paved the way to helping a French female singer. Charles Rosier admires the music industry, particularly when it comes to singing. He adores French culture, which shows in how much he loves movies. Charles Rosier has great support for charitable and cultural activities. This is why he supported a French musician and Silver Lion-winning movie.
Charles Rosier’s Experience
From 1997 to 2009, Charles Rosier worked as the Debt Capital Manager at SBC Warburg. He also became an investment banker at Lehman Brothers, which marked the launching of his profession. In 2009, Charles Rosier joined Goldman Sachs and worked as their Managing Director until 2010. He worked as a partner at BTG Pactual Bank, which has 30 years of experience in international markets, employing about 2,500 individuals spread across Latin America. GMS or Goldman Sachs is one of the best-known investment banks in the world. In his position as their Managing Director, he paid much mind to public asset management.
Charles Rosier in Supporting Health
He is also one of the investors of Mapreg, a laboratory in Paris that examines depression, strokes and other serious cases. Professor Etienne Baulieu led Mapreg, a pharmacological organisation that was supported by Charles Rosier when he began his healthcare projects. Charles Rosier was the primary investor of the project, for which a certain drug was being tested to treat stroke that causes damage to the spinal cord.
Charles Rosier's Environmental Projects
Innoveox is a French organisation dedicated to promoting a pollution-free environment, supported by Charles Rosier. Economical LED lanterns is a project of MPOWERD. These are being sent to poor countries to provide them with cost-effective energy solutions. To develop lanterns and other energy solutions, Charles Rosier extended his help by making an investment in MPOWERD. As a result, over 25 poor countries all around the world have been supplied by MPOWERD.