Chain of Integrity

The Chain of Integrity is a term that is used by Anglo Far-East to describe the system of accredited refineries, security transport providers, secure vaulting providers, auditors, banks, and insurance underwriters which make up a secure chain of custody for “Good Delivery” gold and silver bullion.

Precious metals which are purchased, retained, and sold within this system enjoy several benefits:

  • Trusted as pure gold or silver, meeting exacting standards according to the London Bullion Market Associations “Good Delivery” requirement
  • Institutional grade vaulting and security
  • Secure logistics transport
  • Insured to full market value at all stages of ownership
  • Access to a global pool of liquidity

All AFECC institutional solutions are designed to seamlessly combine the services of a number of world class service providers and maintain a strong custody platform where precious metals are always within the Chain of Integrity, providing our customers with the highest levels of transparency, security, and trust.

Definitions –

Good Delivery Chain of Integrity refers to the secure chain of custody by accredited service providers which includes refineries, security transport and vaulting companies, auditors, banks, and insurance underwriters which deal in the professional market of gold and silver, meeting the standards and requirements for “Good Delivery”.

Allocated Custody Chain of Integrity refers to the secure chain of custody where fully allocated gold and silver bars are processed, refined, transported, stored and insured by accredited service providers whom meet the standards and requirements for “Good Delivery”.