John Hathaway, CFA, Senior Portfolio Manager, joined Tocqueville in 1997. He co-manages the Tocqueville Gold Fund (TGLDX). In addition, he manages separate accounts with a gold equity mandate including the Falcon Gold Fund, the Falcon Gold UCITS Fund, Tocqueville Gold Amerique (FCP), Tocqueville Gold Focus Fund (a sovereign wealth fund), and various separate accounts for family offices and government entities.
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Prior to joining Tocqueville, Mr. Hathaway co-founded and managed Hudson Capital Advisors followed by seven years with Oak Hall Advisors as the Chief Investment Officer in 1986. In 1976, he joined the investment advisory firm David J. Greene and Company, where he became a Partner. Mr. Hathaway began his investment career in 1970 as a research analyst with Spencer Trask & Co. Mr. Hathaway graduated from Harvard College in 1963 (B.A.) and from the University of Virginia Business School in 1967 (M.B.A). He also holds the CFA designation.
The Tocqueville Gold Fund was launched on June 30, 1998. It was the first gold fund to be launched in the market in many years. Designations and previous awards of the Fund include the Lipper Award for the Best Fund in the Precious Metals Category and the Sauren award for Equity Goldmines. Mr. Hathaway has appeared in Barron’s, the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Grant’s and numerous other financial media outlets on several occasions. Mr. Hathaway is widely considered to be a leading voice on the subject of gold and precious metals.
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