Igor Cornelsen- Shining in The Investing World

Making your mind with facts rather than using opinions and not being influenced by other people is the key to self-satisfaction according to Igor Cornelsen. Igor Cornelsen came to the world in 1947 October 4th in Brazil Curitiba town, and he attended local schools and later went to Parana Federal University for his engineering course in 1965. Brazil had only two engineering school at that time, and the joining criteria were competitive with robust admission protocol. Igor studied engineering for two years and later he decided to turn to economic in the same university and graduated in 1970 with a degree in economics.

Their first employment in 1970 was at an investments bank, and that was a common practice for most of the engineers since they had the skills needed to calculate the compounded interest rates. Igor ended up working in RIO as an exclusive investment banker, and hard work got him promoted in 1974 joining the Multibanco bank boards of directors, and in 1976 he becomes the Chief Executive Officer. Igor left Multibanco in 1979 and moved to Unibanco a well known Brazilian leading investments firms and stayed until 1985 when he moved to London Merchant Bank.

At Merchant Bank was paid in dollars, and he later moved to Standard Chartered Merchants Banks representing Brazil as the board of director’s member. He worked for seven years becoming a successful board member, and in 1995 Igor started his investment firm providing similar services like the ones for London Merchants Banks. Igor is the firm investment manager and has a high hand in running the daily tasks of the investment fund. According to Igor the idea of starting his investment firm runs consequence with his experiences and skills as a banker. He states that he has managed funds since 1971 and has sufficient skills and knowledge to venture into stock markets alone.

Igor Cornelsen brings his ideas to practical use through following the economy and knowing the improving assets, and he can differentiate the stocks that will deteriorate with economic and political problems and decisions. He loves any trend that can change the bias ideological of the market.

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