Mr. O’Hagan has had a thirty-year career in commodities and natural resources investing and operations. From 1991 to 2013, he worked at Goldman Sachs in Global Commodities in leadership roles of increasing seniority. Mr. O’Hagan became a Partner in 2002 eventually co-heading the Global Commodities business, serving as head of origination and structuring. In 2008, Mr. O’Hagan became the founding CEO of GS Bank USA when Goldman Sachs became a Federal Reserve Bank regulated Bank Holding Company. He led GS Bank, with $110 billion in assets, from its inception in October 2008 to March 2011. Mr. O’Hagan returned to Commodities to co-head the business and lead sales and structuring again until the end of 2013. From 2016-2019, Mr. O’Hagan served as a Managing Director at The Carlyle Group, a global Investment firm with approximately $220 billion of assets under management. He focused on Industrial and Natural Resource investments within the $4 billion Equity Opportunity Fund group. From 2014 to 2015, he served as an operating advisor at KKR & Co. in Natural Resources and from 2015-2016 as a board member at Stillwater Mining, a NYSE listed PGM mining company. Mr. O’Hagan began his career at an international commodities firm, Philipp Bros., in 1987 in NY and Tokyo. He serves on the boards of Triple Flag Precious Metals, World Bicycle Relief, and the Board of Advisors at Johns Hopkins SAIS. Mr. O’Hagan is a graduate of the University of Toronto, Trinity College (BA) and received an MA from the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS).