|Degussa Sonne/Mond Goldhandel GmbH|
|founded in the year||2010|
|address||Promenadeplatz 12, 80333 München|
|founder||August von Finck junior|
|number of employees||160|
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Degussa Sonne/Mond Goldhandel GmbH (usually abbreviated to Degussa Goldhandel) is a precious metals trading company founded in 2010 with its head office in Munich and its headquarters in Frankfurt am Main. Apart from the rights to the name, there is no corporate continuity with the Evonik Degussa GmbH, which was founded in 1873.
Degussa is wholly owned by an investment company that belongs to one of the wealthiest German families (von Finck). In 2010 this company acquired the rights to use the brand in connection with the precious metals business from Evonik Industries AG and founded the company Degussa.
Promenadeplatz 12, 80333 München
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Economist Thorsten Polleit has been Chief Economist at Degussa since 2012.
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According to Spiegel, Degussa Goldhandel was involved in a lucrative gold trade with the Afd party in Germany ("AfD-Goldshop").