Charles Rosier’s Professional Experiences
Five principles (Customer Focus, Long Term View, Global Thinking Presence, Meritocracy and Partnership and World-Class Governance) were set by Charles Rosier during his stay at BTG Pactual. Charles Rosier was a busy partner at BTG Pactual, an investment bank in Latin America. GMS or Goldman Sachs is one of the best-known investment banks around the world. Being employed as their Managing Director, he focused on keeping public assets correctly handled. He worked in the role of partner at BTG Pactual, a bank in Latin America, noted for employing 2,500 employees all around the world and having 30 years of experience in the international market.
In 1996, Charles Rosier began his profession at Lehman Brothers before joining UBS Warburg Investment Bank. A while later he became a member of Goldman Sachs Bank where he handled the finance department. He pursued his job of being an investment banker and switched jobs within that same market many times. In 1991, Charles Rosier finished his scientific degree at Fenelon Sainte-Marie. His interests include extreme sports, environmental activities, culture and studies.
Programmes in Promoting Culture
In 2006, Charles Rosier supported a film created by a popular Italian screenwriter and director, which won a Silver Lion award at the Venice film festival. He has a great passion for music and culture. This is obvious from the type of support he gives for movies and singers. The support he gave to the female French musician is indicative of how greatly he admires culture and music. Charles Rosier loves everything about music, particularly singing. He adores French culture, which shows in how much he likes movies.
How Charles Rosier Was Educated
Large organisations see him to be a well-experienced investment banker, who is able to hold different positions in the sector. To get more training and to be prepared for further French education, Charles Rosier studied for another two years. Charles Rosier's first Baccalaureate degree was equivalent to A-levels in the UK.
He funded Mapreg, a laboratory based in Paris, in order to conduct a study concerning stroke, depression and other serious illnesses. Charles Rosier invested capital in the organisation, which allowed them to do research and give him specific profit-share. He invested in a pharmaceutical firm (Mapreg) to build a healthcare project, handled by Professor Etienne Baulieu. With his willingness to contribute to the healthcare industry, Charles Rosier invested in the Mapreg Drug Project.