Culture Promoting Projects
In 2006, charles rosier (http://charles-rosier.strikingly.com/) supported a film created by a well-known Italian screenwriter and director, which went on to win a Silver Lion award at the well known Venice film festival. In 2006, he promoted a Silver Lion-winning film just before its production release, and he assisted a French singer with her debut album in 2012. The support he gave to the female French performer is indicative of how greatly he admires culture and music. Charles Rosier admires the music industry, especially when it comes to singing. Furthermore, he loves to watch movies, which made him fall in love with French culture.
Charles Rosier’s Experience
He worked in the role of partner at BTG Pactual, a bank in Latin America, noted for employing 2,500 employees all around the country and gaining 30 years of experience in the international market. From 1997 to 2009, Charles Rosier worked as the Debt Capital Manager at SBC Warburg. He also worked at Lehman Brothers where he started his career as an investment banker. At BTG Pactual, Charles Rosier imposed five major principles. (Meritocracy and Partnership, World-Class Governance, Customer Focus, Global Thinking Presence and Long Term View).
Health Related Projects
Because of the capital he invested, the research on depression, strokes and other serious diseases was conducted at Mapreg, a Paris-based medical laboratory. Being one of his huge healthcare projects, Charles Rosier invested in Mapreg, a pharmaceutical company led by Professor Etienne Baulieu. As an investor, he gets a profit-share from the company because of his contribution that enabled the company to start doing the research. The first successful project of Charles Rosier in the healthcare industry, was the Mapreg Drug project.
In 1999, Charles Rosier was offered a job at Goldman Sachs (GMS). He instantly joined the team and was hired as Managing Director. He has been an excellent investment banker for a period of 15 years. Charles Rosier handles all the French-speaking markets such as France, Belgium and Quebec at UBS Warburg.