Sector Expert: Tobias Tretter

Commodity Capital

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Tobias Tretter is managing director and chief investment officer for Zurich-based Commodity Capital AG, founded in 2009. He is responsible for making investment decisions of the Commodity Capital Global Mining Fund, and for selecting the indexes. Tretter is a graduate of Bayreuth University in Germany, where he obtained his business administration degree with a focus on finance and banking management and wrote his practical thesis analyzing the lifecycle of raw materials companies. He began his career with Credit Suisse Asset Management and also worked for Fujitsu Siemens and Dr. Jens Ehrhardt Kapital AG, gaining practical experience guiding and supporting the DJE Gold and Resources Funds. He has also been a consultant with ERA Resources GmbH and Ullmann, Schmidt & Co. Resource Consult, Augsburg Commodities Research.



Recent Quotes

"CFM is is hitting the typical Red Lake mineralization with a very high grade."

The Gold Report Interview with Tobias Tretter (5/29/13)
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"BRI is positioned to do well; this is a situation that appears maybe once in a lifetime where you can buy nice resources, 2–5 Moz, for more or less nothing."

The Gold Report Interview with Tobias Tretter (5/29/13)
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"One of ATY's latest drill holes was 120m of 6.8% copper and 6.2 g/t gold. That's phenomenal."

The Gold Report Interview with Tobias Tretter (5/29/13)
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"SCZ is off to a very good start and still has a lot of potential."

The Gold Report Interview with Tobias Tretter (5/29/13)
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"G is already producing from the Los Filos mine; it has about 13 Moz gold there and is producing 330 Koz/year right now."

The Gold Report Interview with Tobias Tretter (5/29/13)
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"NES has one of the best and most highly prospective areas in the Guerrero Gold Belt."

The Gold Report Interview with Tobias Tretter (5/29/13)
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"BRI is an example of a company with big upside potential."

The Gold Report Interview with Tobias Tretter (3/23/12)
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