The Commodity Capital team is actively committed to sustainable raw material extraction and has already anchored this concept in the company philosophy and work structures since it was founded in 2009. On the one hand, we act sustainably in our daily work, on the other hand, we pay attention to the sustainability of the raw material project in all investments. By signing the UN-supported Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI), Commodity Capital AG gives even more weight to the consideration of sustainability criteria in its investment decisions.

At the heart of our commitment is our obligation to create sustainable values ​​for our investors and partners by prioritizing economic, ecological and social aspects. Without the extraction of raw materials there is no “green or electric mobility”, sustainable economic development or even indispensable things of daily use. The only question is: How are the raw materials obtained and how can the ore mining be carried out in the most environmentally friendly way possible without sacrificing the important rescources?

Tobias Tretter (Managing Partner)


  • Promotion of green energies such as solar, wind, hydropower, or geothermal
  • Investments in companies utilizing environmentally friendly technologies for resource extraction
  • Focus on companies that incorporate reforestation plans or the dismantling of mining facilities into their open-pit mining concepts
  • Environmental consciousness in everyday work practices, for example, through paper reduction and the use of renewable energies


  • Evaluation of investment objects based on criteria such as fair wage payment and social benefits
  • Safeguarding of core labor rights: Child labor and hazardous working conditions are absolute exclusion criteria
  • Maintaining high standards for occupational safety and health protection


  • Targeted measures to prevent bribery and corruption
  • Establishment or expansion of the local education system (construction of schools, vocational training centers for local workers)
  • Development and expansion of infrastructure such as roads, hydroelectric power plants, solar power facilities, or residential complexes for workers and their families
  • Development and expansion of healthcare services, such as the construction of health centers, hospitals, or medical clinics

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