Rosier is a French investment banker who has worked for financial institutions
such as Lehman Brothers and Goldman Sachs for over 15 years. He also supports
numerous environmental and humanitarian projects whether by directly investing
in the company or by creating partnerships with international investors.
Rosier is an investor at Mapreg, the
bio-pharmaceutical company led by Professor Etienne Baulieu. This
Paris-based laboratory does important research in finding cures for conditions
including tetraplegia, strokes, depression, and Alzheimer’s. Baulieu and his
co-workers have developed a new drug, which is currently being tested, to treat
strokes causing damage to the spinal cord.
Rosier supports Luci MPOWERD, a company producing clean and renewable energy
solutions. Its economical solar-powered LED lanterns provide over 25 countries
(both for poorer communities in developing countries and environmentally aware
consumers in more industrialised countries such as France) with a source of safe
and renewable energy.
Rosier is an administrator and partner for Innoveox. The French company specialises
in treating waste in a sustainable way. Its pollution-free technology helps
destroy micro-pollutants, as well as urban, industrial and military waste. The energy
and water produced are clean and free from CO2 emissions.
He also sat
on the advisory board of NatureRights. The NGO aims to implement
environmental initiatives at a grassroots level in order to get local
communities involved in protecting our planet.
Rosier loves music and film. In the world of music, he supported the French
singer Lola in 2012 to produce “Everybody Relax”, her first album. This passion
is also reflected in the role he played in the pre-production of “Golden
Door”, a film by Emanuele Crialese that won a Silver Lion at the Venice
Film Festival in 2006.
Rosier studied at Paris’ Fénelon Sainte-Marie Lycée (secondary school) and, in
1991, took a scientific baccalaureat (A-level equivalent). After completing the
two years of preparatory classes necessary to access the French “Grands
Ecoles”, he took a degree at ESCP Europe. He speaks French, Spanish and English,
and he is learning Portuguese.
Rosier’s first step on the career ladder was a position at Lehman Brothers
in 1996. He then went to work for UBS Warburg as Manager for the Debt
Capital Markets Division in 1997. He was responsible for the French-speaking
markets of France, Belgium and Quebec. Offered a job by Goldman Sachs in
1999, he finally joined the bank in 2009 as Managing Director of the Financing
Group. He was in charge of capital markets and derivatives. Charles Rosier became
a partner at the Brazilian bank BTG Pactual, in 2010, following a merger
between the BTG group and Pactual. He was hired to help the Brazilian bank
emulate their home success on an international level by developing
international relations with Europe, Africa, Asia and the Middle East.
his professional commitments, his hobbies include kitesurfing, snowboarding,
freefall and windsurfing.