Igor Cornelsen was born in the city of Curitiba, Brazil. He graduated from Parana University and was a highly demanded job candidate who before technology, could perform calculations that were compound, off-head. He chose to work at Multibanco as a banker of investments and later rose to be a member of the company’s board. His contribution and impact in Multibanco, made him CEO two years later, this being just six years after graduating.
Multibanco was sold out to Bank of America, resulting in Igor Cornelsen working at Unibanco, an investment firm for seven years. He later joined Libra Bank in London and ventured into investing in companies of America. For the first time, he was dealing with United States Stock market, which became a gateway to great opportunities and wealth.
His next achievement was joining Standard Chartered, as a representative of Brazil to the bank. Igor Cornelsen also worked in the directors’ board. After years of working to build successes for other people’s businesses, he decided to found his own company, giving him the chance to practice the knowledge and skills acquired from college and in his roles as a professional at different capacities. He now had direct contact with his clients and could help them through the ways he believed were appropriate.
Igor’s triumphs in his career and marketplace stem from his habit of following news on investment and making market studies. He, however, has a great interest in economies that are developing as they provide opportunities for selling high, after buying low. Igor Cornelsen also uses information that is non-partisan to make decisions and avoids seeking tips from other investors and friends. He believes that at times, their advice may be faulted by experience and prejudices.
Igor Cornelsen follows each tiny detail about finance but ensures he does not get lost in the weeds of the economy. He focuses on the worldwide marketplace as a whole which has helped him think outside the box. He also believes in learning about new trends and their effect on the market in the long run.