Healthcare Projects of Charles Rosier
Charles Rosier was the major investor of the project, for which a drug was being tested to cure stroke that causes damage to the spinal cord. With his willingness to contribute to the healthcare industry, Charles Rosier voluntarily invested in the Mapreg Drug Project. Baulieu and his co-workers were creating a new drug, however they needed more finances to develop such a drug... so he invested in them.
Culture Promoting Projects
Music and singing are what Charles Rosier likes. He also loves to watch movies and that is why he admires French culture so much. He supports cultural and philanthropic activities. Great examples of this are his support for a Silver Lion-winning movie and a famous French performer. In 2006, Charles Rosier supported a film created by a well known Italian screenwriter and director, which won a Silver Lion award at the Venice film festival.
The Profession of Charles Rosier
Charles Rosier’s appointment at Lehman Brothers in 1996 was his first step towards his future. He then went to UBS Warburg and became the manager of their Debt Capital Market Division in 1997. He managed UBS Warburg’s French-speaking markets of France, Belgium, as well as Quebec. In 1999, Goldman Sachs (GMS) offered Charles Rosier a new job opportunity. He became their Managing Director. He is popular as being the most skilled bankers in over 15 years.
Positions Charles Rosier Held
The BTG Bank with whom he partnered is a financial institution having more than 30 years of experience, hiring 2,500 people throughout Latin America. In 2009, Charles Rosier joined Goldman Sachs and worked as their Managing Director until 2010. He was a hard-working partner of an investment bank in Latin America known as BTG Pactual. From 1997 to 2009, Charles Rosier filled the role of Debt Capital Manager of SBC Warburg. He also worked at Lehman Brothers where he started his career as an investment banker.