Charles Rosier, London UK | Partner at BTG Pactual
Charles Rosier's Environmental Projects
charles rosier (rosiercharles.wordpress.com/) is devoted to helping the environment by developing energy and power sectors in poor countries. Carbon dioxide emissions can pollute the air and Innoveox tries to minimise this through awareness campaigns regarding the effective use of resources and pollution-free environment programmes. Charles Rosier helped by funding MPOWERD to develop lanterns and other effective energy solutions. As a result, over 25 poor countries all over the world have been supplied by MPOWERD.
Charles Rosier supports cultural and philanthropic activities. This is not unusual because he has shown support to a French musician and a Silver Lion-winning movie. A film supported by him, which had been made by an Italian director and screenwriter, won a Silver Lion award at the well-known Venice film festival. In 2012, Charles Rosier assisted a French performer to produce her debut album and did a lot for a Silver Lion-winning film, before its production and release in 2006. The support he gave to the female French artist is indicative of how greatly he admires culture and music.
Charles Rosier’s Story
In 1996, Charles Rosier began his profession at Lehman Brothers before joining UBS Warburg Investment Bank. A while later he joined Goldman Sachs Bank where he managed the finance department. To prepare himself for ESCP Europe, he took additional classes at a private school named Integrale. He switched jobs many times while pursuing his profession in the market as an investment banker. Charles Rosier attended the Fenelon Sainte-Marie where he earned his scientific degree in the year 1991.
Charles Rosier’s Education
Whilst pursuing his job, he occupied several different positions, which transformed him into seasoned banker. Charles Rosier earned his first scientific Baccalaureate degree (which is same as A-levels in the UK). Charles Rosier went to Lehman Brothers in 1996 and became a member of UBS Warburg Investment Bank.