Charles Rosier's Environmental Consciousness Projects
MPOWERD was funded by charles rosier (http://dooid.me/charlesrosier) to build lanterns and other energy solutions. They then supplied such to over 25 poor countries around the world. He has done a lot for the environment and helped with the development of energy and power markets in poor countries. Charles Rosier supported Luci MPOWERD, a clean and renewable-energy solution-provider. Charles Rosier helped the company to produce innovative solutions.
Charles Rosier's Job Experience
Charles Rosier was a partner at a Latin American investment bank called BTG Pactual. He worked in the role of Debt Capital Manager at SBC Warburg from the year 1997 to 2009. But, his first job was as an investment banker at Lehman Brothers. He worked in the role of partner at a Brazilian financial firm, BTG Pactual, a bank in Latin America, well-known for employing 2,500 hard-working staff members all around the country and having 30 years of experience in the international market. Client Focus, Long Term View, Global Thinking Presence, Meritocracy and Partnership and World-Class Governance were the major principles put in place by Charles Rosier whilst he was still involved with BTG Pactual.
Charles Rosier’s Life Story
He is interested in lots of things like studies, extreme sports, handling environmentally-friendly activities and culture. To be ready for ESCP Europe, Charles Rosier attended two years of additional classes at Integrale. Charles Rosier joined BTG Pactual Bank and worked there until 2010 as a committed partner.
His Support of Cultural Activities
Charles Rosier likes everything about music, particularly singing. He is also passionate about movies. That is why he supports French culture. A French female performer was supported by him in releasing her debut album in 2012. Additionally, he took an active role in the production of a Silver Lion-winning film. In 2006, Charles Rosier supported a film created by a well-known Italian screenwriter and director, which went on to win a Silver Lion award at the Venice film festival.