Igor Cornelsen is one of Brazil’s top investment advisors. He is known for his sage investment advice that has helped to make both locals and foreigners a lot of money investing in companies, industries and markets in Brazil. Born in Curitiba, Brazil, Cornelsen earned a degree in economic from the Federal University of Parana in 1970. He then started his career in investment banking with Multibanco. Four years later he was on Multibanco’s board of directors and in 1976 Cornelsen was named CEO of the company.
Two years later Bank of America acquired Multibanco. Igor Cornelsen left Multibanco and decided to take advantage of the other opportunities that were presented to him. He decided to join one of Brazil’s leading investment firms, Unibanco. He worked there for 7 years and his reputation as an excellent investment advisor. In 1985 Cornelsen moved on to the London Merchant Bank, Libra Bank PLC. This provided him with new lucrative investment opportunities. He took full advantage of them and was very successful. Cornelsen became a board member of Standard Chartered Merchant Bank.
At Standard Chartered Merchant Bank, Igor Cornelsen enjoy 7 extremely successful years before leaving to start his own investment firm in 1995. Cornelsen’s firm quickly became known as the ‘go to’ company for people looking for valuable, dependable investment advice and a wide range of quality financial services. Cornelsen served as an investment manager and personally runs the investment fund each day. He drew on his more than 20 years experience in investment banking and knowledge of Brazilian business and the country’s economy to guide his investment recommendations. Read more at wikidot.com
From his office in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Cornelsen monitors global markets, studies international news and the companies and economies of nations around the world and adjusts his fund’s portfolio accordingly. He invests in assets with growth potential and sells assets in politically, socially and economically unstable countries. Cornelsen gathers information from Reuters and other unbiased sources he trusts. He ignores opinion and bases his investment recommendations on facts. This enables him to identify and take advantage of trends much earlier than other investment firms.