The Mapreg Drug project was Charles Rosier (charlesrosier)’s very first healthcare project. He also invested capital in the laboratory of Mapreg, based in Paris, to continue doing studies about serious issues including depression and stroke. Charles Rosier invested capital in the company, which allowed them to conduct research and give him specific profit-share.
Charles Rosier: Educational Background
In 1991, Charles Rosier finished his secondary schooling at Paris’s Fenelon Sainte-Marie. In the year 1996, he was employed by Lehman Brothers and then became a part of UBS Warburg Investment Bank. When he gained his degree at ESCP Europe, it became the gateway to establishing his own profession. Charles Rosier's first Baccalaureate degree was equal to A-levels in the UK.
A French female singer was supported by Charles Rosier in releasing her debut album in 2012. Additionally, he played a great part in the production of a Silver Lion-winning film. At the Venice film festival, a film supported by him and directed by a great Italian screenwriter, won a Silver Lion award. Showing his great affection for culture and music, he supported a famous French female artist. Charles Rosier admires the music industry, especially when it comes to singing. He is also enthusiastic about movies. That is why he supports French culture.
Charles Rosier's Chosen Career Path
The French-speaking markets of France, Belgium and Quebec were handled by Charles Rosier when he worked at UBS Warburg. In 1999, Goldman Sachs (GMS) offered him a new job opportunity. He joined the team as Managing Director. His first appointment was at Lehman Brothers in 1996. In 1997, he moved to UBS Warburg where he became manager of their Debt Capital Market Division. Charles Rosier became a member of BTG Pactual in August 2010. BTG Pactual is an investment bank in Latin America. He became a trusted partner there.