Buy, Sell, Deliver

A unique and flexible service, with seamless trading and logistics.

Buy and sell at competitive rates. Place your buy and sell orders with the BFI Bullion team by telephone, by correspondence, or via your private and protected online portal. Have your metals delivered. Visit them, or pick them up personally.


Buy  |  Store  |  Ship

After wiring your funds from your registered reference account, you can place single or batch buy orders. You best obtain our personal advice on availability, premiums, or special offers. Or you place your trades online from your private portal. Once your trade is placed, and the price is fixed, you receive a transaction confirmation. If you store your metals with BFI, the storage report is updated upon entry of the shipment at the vault.


Sell  |  Settle  |  Get paid

You can always sell your metals held in storage with BFI by placing a single or a batch sell order. Place the trade by telephone, correspondence or online via your private portal. Once the trade is placed and the price is fixed, you receive a transaction confirmation. Next, your storage report is updated to reflect the release of goods from the vault, and the trade is settled via payment to your registered reference account.


In  |  Out  |  Transfer

Shipments from the vault to a destination of your choice can be arranged at any time. Equally, you can transfer your metals from one BFI Bullion vaulting location to  another. Finally, subject to thorough assaying, you can ship existing precious metals into the Program's Segregated or Key Box Storage. The costs of all such shipments are estimated and proposed in advance. All shipments arranged by BFI are fully insured. 

'By a continuing process of inflation, governments can confiscate, secretly and unobserved, an important part of the wealth of their citizens. There is no subtler, no surer means of overturning the existing basis of society than to debauch the currency. The process engages all the hidden forces of economic law on the side of destruction and does it in a manner which not one man in a million is able to diagnose.'

- John M. Keynes