BlackRock Natural Resources Growth & Income Fund D Acc
|BP PLC||5.34 %|
|Total SA||5.26 %|
|Royal Dutch Shell PLC B||4.61 %|
|BHP Group PLC||4.38 %|
|Anglo American PLC||4.23 %|
|FMC Corp||3.64 %|
|Chevron Corp||3.19 %|
|Vale SA ADR||3.00 %|
|Wheaton Precious Metals Corp||2.69 %|
|BlackRock ICS Stlg LiqEnvtlyAwr Agcy Inc||2.69 %|
|United States||36.46 %|
|United Kingdom||21.29 %|
|Latin America||7.35 %|
|Basic materials||45.21 %|
|Consumer Cyclical||10.41 %|
|Consumer Defensive||7.15 %|
Alastair Bishop is a Director of BlackRock, Inc. since 2010. Prior to joining BlackRock in 2010, Mr. Bishop was a senior research analyst at Piper Jaffray, where he was responsible for covering the Clean Technology industry. Mr. Bishop began his career in 2001 at Dresdner Kleinwort Investment Bank, where he was responsible for covering the European Renewable Energy and Industrial sectors. Mr. Bishop earned a BSc degree in economics from the University of Nottingham in 2001.
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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