Photo Charles Rosier - London Uk, Partner at btg pactual at Btg pactual

Charles Rosier - London Uk, Partner at btg pactual at Btg pactual

Educational Attainment of charles rosier

Charles Rosier ( completed his secondary education in 1991 at Paris’s Fenelon Sainte-Marie. He became recognised as being an investment banker who had had plenty of experience, particularly in large firms with whom he had held many positions. charles rosier finished his first scientific Baccalaureate degree, equal to A-levels in the UK.

Eco-Friendly Projects of Charles Rosier

To successfully develop lanterns and other energy solutions, Charles Rosier extended his help by investing in MPOWERD. MPOWERD has supplied energy to more than 25 countries around the planet as a result. For poor countries to get cost-effective energy solutions, MPOWERD specifically developed LED lanterns. Charles Rosier gave his support to Luci MPOWERD, being the best source of clean and renewable-energy. Charles Rosier helped the company to produce impressive solutions.

Charles Rosier’s Health Related Projects

Because of the capital he invested, the research on depression, strokes and other serious ailments was conducted at Mapreg, a Paris-based medical laboratory. Because of the investment made by him, the organisation was able to do research and give a percentage of their profit to Charles Rosier. With his eagerness to contribute to the healthcare industry, Charles Rosier invested in the Mapreg Drug Project.


In August 2010, Charles Rosier became a member of BTG Pactual. BTG Pactual is an investment bank in Latin America. He became a partner there. His first step towards his future was his appointment at Lehman Brothers in 1996. He became the manager of their Debt Capital Market Division at UBS Warburg in the year 1997. In the year 1999, Goldman Sachs (GMS) offered him a job. After accepting the offer, he was appointed as their Managing Director. The French-speaking markets of France, Belgium and Quebec were managed by Charles Rosier when he worked at UBS Warburg.