Team

Patrick Cussen

Mr. Cussen is the president of Celta. He is a former sales vice president of Codelco-Chile and Empresa Minera de Mantos Blancos S.A., and held the position of managing director of Chile Copper Ltd. in London. He is currently Chairman of the Board of Cesco. He is also a former member of the board of the Chilean Copper Commission. Mr. Cussen is an industrial civil engineer and has an MA in economics from the University of Chile.

 

Jaime Bravo

Mr. Bravo is a partner of Celta. Prior to joining the company, he was sales vice president of Soquimich and manager of Codelco’s London subsidiary, Chile Copper Ltd. He worked 11 years in Codelco, where he held the position of head of the futures department and was responsible for sales of copper and molybdenum. He obtained the degree of industrial civil engineer at the University of Chile and did graduate work in economics at the same university.

 

Antonio Cussen

Mr. Cussen is a partner of Celta. Before joining Celta he was representative of Wells Fargo Bank in Santiago and Lima. In Celta he has overseen all financing related assignments. He has an MA in economics from the University of California, Berkeley.

 

Hernán Badiola

Mr. Badiola is a partner of Celta. Prior to joining Celta in 2002, he worked in Codelco’s marketing area of copper by-products (molybdenum, sulfuric acid and precious metals) for 24 years. He also was manager of Codelco’s London subsidiary, Chile Copper Ltd.   He received a degree in industrial engineering from Universidad Católica de Valparaiso.

 

Patricio Campos

Mr. Campos is a partner of Celta. He is a mining engineer from Universidad de Chile with an MA in corporate finance from École de Management de Lyon, France. Mr. Campos started his career in mining and metallurgical processes of copper in Mantos Blancos and Doña Inés de Collahuasi mining companies. Before joining Celta in 2002 he worked in Credit Lyonnais’ natural resources project finance department in Paris.

 

Sergio Ossa

Mr. Ossa joined Celta in 2009 and is now in charge of the European agencies that Celta represents in Chile. He is also responsible for the Fastmarkets agency and the marketing of sulphuric acid, molybdenum and other copper by-products.  Sergio studied business administration at Universidad de Chile.