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Charles Rosier


United Kingdom

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Business banking and humanitarian care belong together. This could be Mr Charles Rosier's mantra. After a scientific degree in the Sainte-Marie Fenelon French high school, Charles Rosier studied two years in the Integrale famous French school, preparing for one of the main French colleges. He graduated from the very well known French business school ESCP. Finance and business banking were his main interests.

Charles Rosier began his career in the famous Lehman Brothers bank, back in 1996. After that, one can find only big business banking company and high level jobs on his resume, such as UBS Warburg, in which he worked as the manager of the Debt Capital Markets division, and finally Goldmann Sachs, in which he was in charge of capital markets and derivatives for all the finance group. In 2010, Mister Charles Rosier, always looking for new challenges, made the decision to join the brazilian bank company called BTG Pactual, as a partner. His goal was to manage to help the bank to develop itself worldwide.

During all his career, Charles Rosier has also been involved in several humanitarian, medical and ecological causes. Led by that philosophy of business angel, he made some clever investments to develop the MPowerd company's photovoltaic torches, working with a source of safe and renewable energy. He also helped the Professor Beaulieu’s laboratory, based in Paris. The laboratory is looking for cure to many degeneratives diseases. His clever investments in Professor Beaulieu’s laboratory led to very promising results, such as a medication drug to cure strokes with damages to the spinal cord, already in a clinical trials phase. The Innevox French company is also very grateful to Mr Charles Rosier. Thanks to his investments and to his trust in ecological business, the company managed to develop some pollution-free technology to destroy micropollutants such as urban, military and industrial waste. Innevox technology systems are easy to move everywhere, reducing also the pollution part linked to the transportation. The cleaning cycle of the water, with Innevox technology, is totally CO2 emissions free, and led to a 99% waste destruction rate. Charles Rosier is also an active member of the NatureRights association, an NGO involved in environnemental initiatives about grassroots, helping worldwide communities to protect the planet.

Mr Charles Rosier is also a man of culture. His curiosity and interest for cinema and music, led him to get also involved in the pre-production phase of the movie called The Golden Door. Once more, his intuition was right. The film won the 2000's Silver Lion at the worlwide known Venise movie festival. In the musical domain, he helped Lola, a young French singer, to produce her first album.

Mister Charles Rosier now lives in London. He speaks French, English, Spanish and a little of Portuguese. He is keen on strong sensations and extreme sports, such as freefall, kitesurfing and windsurfing. He is also a good tennis player. A healthy spirit in a healthy body, could be Charles Rosier's second main mantra.

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