Five principles (Customer Focus, Long Term View, Global Thinking Presence, Meritocracy and Partnership and World-Class Governance) were established by Charles Rosier (dooid.me/charlesrosier) during his stay at BTG Pactual. As a partner at the Brazilian financial firm, BTG Pactual Bank, he got the chance to work with a well-known institution with 30 years of experience, hiring over 2,500 employees in various locations in Latin America. Charles Rosier worked in the role of Debt Capital Manager at SBC Warburg from 1997 to 2009. But, his first job was as an investment banker at Lehman Brothers.
In 1991, Charles Rosier finished his scientific degree at Fenelon Sainte-Marie. It was in 1996, at Lehman Brothers, when Charles Rosier started his job prior to becoming the head of finance at Goldman Sachs Bank, shortly after joining UBS Warburg Investment Bank. Environmentally-friendly activities, culture, extreme sports and studies are the things that matter most to him. He didn’t settle for a single job but took other positions in the market while an investment banker.
He held several positions within the same sector and is now known as a skilled investment banker, particularly in large organisations. Charles Rosier spent 2 years of extra study in preparation for more French requirements. Charles Rosier finally received his degree from ESCP Europe, which opened the path to his initial profession.
Charles Rosier has always had a passion for music and singing. He is also enthusiastic about movies. That is why he supports French culture. His incomparable love for music and culture paved the way to helping a French female artist. He has always adored both culture and music. This is evident from the kind of support he gives for movies and singers. A French female artist was helped by Charles Rosier in releasing her debut album in 2012. Additionally, he took an active role in the production of a Silver Lion-winning film.
Charles Rosier was offered a job at Goldman Sachs in 1999. He became their Managing Director. He handled UBS Warburg’s French-speaking markets of France, Belgium and Quebec. The year 1996 marked Charles Rosier’s first step towards his future, gaining his first appointment at Lehman Brothers. He became the manager of their Debt Capital Market Division at UBS Warburg in 1997.