Charles Rosier - London Uk, Partner at btg pactual at Btg pactual
Projects related to Conserving Culture
charles rosier (www.slideshare.net/charlesrosier) is active in philanthropic and cultural activities. This is why he supported a French artist and Silver Lion-winning movie. At the Venice film festival, a fantastic film supported by him and directed by an outstanding Italian screenwriter, won a Silver Lion award. He has a passion for culture and music. This is evident from the type of support he gives for movies and performers. In 2012, Charles Rosier helped a French singer to produce her debut album and did a lot for a Silver Lion-winning film, before its production and release in 2006.
Charles Rosier: Educational Background
Getting his scientific Baccalaureate degree (equal to A-levels in the UK), Charles Rosier was able to attend to further education. Two years of additional classes were undertaken by him in order to prepare for additional French certifications. Charles Rosier join UBS Warburg Investment Bank right after being a part of Lehman Brothers in 1996.
He invested capital in Mapreg, a Paris-based laboratory that was in the business of researching about depression, strokes and other serious issues. Charles Rosier funded the drug project to help find a cure for strokes that can lead to spinal cord injury. The first project of Charles Rosier in the healthcare industry, was the Mapreg Drug project.
BTG Pactual hires around 2,500 employees from all parts of Latin America and has been in operation for 30 years. Charles Rosier’s first step towards his future was his appointment at Lehman Brothers in the year 1996. In 1997, he transferred to UBS Warburg where he became manager of their Debt Capital Market Division. In 1999, he was offered a great job at Goldman Sachs (GMS). He became their Managing Director. Charles Rosier was accountable for the French-speaking markets of France, Belgium and Quebec at UBS Warburg.
Client Focus, Long Term View, Global Thinking Presence, Meritocracy and Partnership and World-Class Governance were the major rules set by Charles Rosier whilst he was still involved with BTG Pactual. He worked as a partner at BTG Pactual Bank, which has 30 years of experience in international markets, hiring more than 2,500 individuals spread across Latin America. He worked at Goldman Sachs as the Managing Director from 2009 to 2010. BTG Pactual is an investment bank based in Latin America, with whom Charles Rosier was a partner for years.