Olsen and her twin sister Ashley rose to fame in the ’90s sitcom Jonathan Pitre is one of an estimated 5,000 people in Canada with some form of Epidermolysis bullosa — a disease that causes painful, burn-like blisters all over his body.
On March 3, 2008, he was appointed Co-head and Managing Director of the Carlyle Group's Global Financial Services Group.
After three years of dating, former child star Mary-Kate Olsen married Olivier Sarkozy, the half-brother of former French president Nicolas Sarkozy, in an intimate Manhattan ceremony on Friday, Nov. Olsen, 29, and Sarkozy, 46, have frequently been the subject of paparazzi photos in and around New York City, where the couple lives and works.
Olsen is now a fashion designer and Sarkozy works as a banker.
At UBS, he worked on such transactions as Sallie Mae's attempt to go private and subsequent recapitalization, ABN Amro's billion sale of La Salle Bank to Bank of America, Mellon's billion merger of equals with the Bank of New York, Charles Schwab's sale of U. Trust to Bank of America, MBNA's billion sale to Bank of America, Wachovia's billion acquisition of Southtrust, National Commerce's billion sale to Suntrust, and Regions Financial's billion merger of equals with Union Planters.
Sarkozy was responsible for CIBC's .9 billion recapitalization and Sallie Mae's .0 billion recapitalization.