Igor Cornelsen was born in Curitiba Brazil in 1947. He attended the Federal University of Parana in 1970. He had an engineering background and used this at a time when complex calculators did not exist, in order to create a growing and amazing career in finance where he was even the president of a bank at one point. Igor Cornelsen was the chief executive officer of Multibanco in 1976. Two years before that, he was welcomed on to the board of directors. But ultimately, the bank was bought out by Bank of America and Igor had to look elsewhere for a career. He eventually looked to Unibanco which was at the time the largest bank in Brazil. Though Unibanco was nice and so was moving to the big city of Rio De Janeiro, Igor Cornelsen decided to try something new at Libra Bank. Later, a position opened up at Standard Chartered Bank and he reveled at the opportunity: leaving Libra. See more of Igor Cornelsen at about.me
Standard Chartered Bank is a well-respected bank based in Singapore which has ties to London: the financial capital of the world. Singapore was once a great fishing and trading port that the British colony took over in their Eastward expansion. Today it has remained one of the top financial institutions in the world, and so Standard Charter is a very well respected Bank. Because of this, perhaps, Igor stayed with Standard Chartered for seven great years before venturing out onto his own and personally advising clients in the same fashion as he did with the large Banks.
In perhaps one of Igor’s greatest accomplishments in his career, he correctly predicted that Russia would pay back its debts when they had defaulted at a time when none of his peers thought that Russia would pay back their debts. Because of this, Igor was handsomely rewarded and ultimately it proves what a great head that he has on his shoulders. Follow: https://twitter.com/igorcornelsen1