Charles Rosier - London, UK
He worked in the role of partner at BTG Pactual, a bank in Latin America, well-known for employing 2,500 employees all around the country and having 30 years of experience in the international market. Goldman Sachs (also known as GMS) is one of the best banks, worldwide, having many active branches in various countries. In his role as their Managing Director, he paid much attention to public asset management. Five principles (Customer Focus, Long Term View, Global Thinking Presence, Meritocracy and Partnership and World-Class Governance) were established by Charles Rosier (charlesrosier.com : Charles Rosier) during his stay at BTG Pactual. Charles Rosier became the Managing Director of Goldman Sachs, from 2009 to 2010.
Baulieu and his colleagues were developing a new drug, however they needed more finances to develop such a drug... so he invested in them. He invested capital in Mapreg, a Paris-based laboratory that was in the business of researching about depression, strokes and other serious issues. With his great willingness to contribute to the healthcare industry, Charles Rosier voluntarily invested in the Mapreg Drug Project. Being one of his healthcare projects, Charles Rosier invested in Mapreg, a pharmaceutical company led by Professor Etienne Baulieu.
In the year 1991, Charles Rosier completed his scientific degree at Fenelon Sainte-Marie. It was in 1996, at Lehman Brothers, when he began his profession prior to becoming the head of finance at Goldman Sachs Bank, soon after joining UBS Warburg Investment Bank. Joining the BTG Pactual Bank, Charles Rosier worked with them until 2010. His passions include extreme sports, environmental activities, culture and studies.
Charles Rosier’s Education History
Charles Rosier gained his degree from ESCP Europe, which opened the path to his initial job. He earned his first scientific Baccalaureate degree (which is equal to A-levels in the UK). In 1991, he finished his secondary schooling at Paris’s Fenelon Sainte-Marie. In order to complete further French certifications, Charles Rosier took two years of additional classes in preparation.
He is known as a great investment banker who has over 15 years of experience in that market. In 1999, Goldman Sachs (GMS) offered Charles Rosier a new job opportunity. He accepted the offer and joined as their Managing Director. BTG Pactual has been respected in international markets for more than 30 years and has 2,500 dedicated employees throughout Latin America. Charles Rosier was responsible for the French-speaking markets of France, Belgium and Quebec at UBS Warburg.