Management and Service Fee
Minimum Investment Value Gold: 200 Troy oz (Purchase and Transfer for Storage)
GoldSwitzerland ships client’s existing gold stock from anywhere in the world for storage in Switzerland.
The minimum per vault location is 100 troy oz.
Gold can be purchased in 100gram(3.215oz), 1 kilo(32.148oz) and 400oz (variable weight) bars.
Payment and reporting in CHF, USD, EUR, GBP, CAD or AUD.
The Gold Bullion market operations for clients
MARKET PRICING GOLD: for physical Gold including transport and insurance:
Paper Spot + standard 0.30% for 100 gram bars. (A surcharge of 0.35% applies until further notice)
Paper Spot + standard 0.30% for 1 kg bars. (A surcharge of 0.35% applies since Q2 2013)
Paper Spot + standard 0.15% for 400 oz (12 kg) bars, (A smaller surcharge may apply subject to market conditions).
Example: if the gold spot price is $1,750.00 per oz, investors will buy at $1,755.25 per troy oz for 100gr. bars through GoldSwitzerland. 1 kilo bars would then cost $1.754.40 and 400oz bars $1.752.65. GoldSwitzerland always trades with the client at market cost and this will save the client a substantial trading margin in case of retirement of (part of) the account.
There is NO VAT payable on Gold.
GoldSwitzerland offers its customers a very competitive Gold dealing price.
The price at which GoldSwitzerland buys or sells Gold for the investor is at the interbank spot price for physical Gold. This includes a small margin charged by the Bullion Bank for insurance and security transport of the physical metals to the private vaults.All Gold transactions can be executed directly versus the USDollar, Swiss Franc, Pound, Euro, Canadian Dollar or Australian Dollar.
For selling and handling physical Gold Bullion the following conditions apply:
- Gold – Minimum weight 600 gram (ca. 19oz)
- Gold – Sales commission: 0.5% with a minimum of CHF 350.
- Vault handling charges for outgoing physical metal can vary between 500 and 1,500 CHF depending on quantity. This includes the handling and release from the vault, customs clearance and re-issuing a new warehouse receipt to the client.