BlackRock Energy and Resources Income Trust plc
|BHP Group Ltd||7.12 %|
|Royal Dutch Shell PLC||6.65 %|
|BP PLC||5.36 %|
|Rio Tinto PLC||4.60 %|
|Chevron Corp||4.58 %|
|Exxon Mobil Corp||4.42 %|
|Barrick Gold Inc.||3.77 %|
|First Quantum Minerals Ltd. 7.25%||3.62 %|
|Newmont Mining Corporation of Canada Ltd.||3.52 %|
|Vale SA||2.97 %|
|United States||27.14 %|
|United Kingdom||20.90 %|
|Latin America||5.17 %|
|Basic materials||50.20 %|
Olivia Markham is co-manager of the BlackRock World Mining Trust and is also manager of the BlackRock Commodities Income Investment Trust plc and a member of the Natural Resources Team. Olivia covers the gold and mining sectors and is involved in the management of a number of the team’s portfolios, including an institutional energy and mining mandate. She joined BlackRock in 2011. Her previous roles included heading the European mining team at UBS and spending 5 years in the mergers and acquisitions team at BHP Billiton. Olivia has a degree with honours in finance
Tom Holl is co-manager at BlackRock Commodities Income Trust plc, and is a member of Blackrock’s Natural Resources Team. Tom covers the gold and mining sectors and co-manages a number of the team’s gold and mining portfolios as well as income strategies. He moved to his current role in 2008, but his service with the firm dates back to 2006. Previously, Tom was a member of the Global Equity Team and the Real Estate Team. Tom has a degree, with honours in land economy.
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