FAQ

About GoldCore Bullion Services

Who are GoldCore?
Founded in 2003, GoldCore are now one of the leading gold brokers in the world, serving clients in the U.S. and over 45 countries internationally.
GoldCore are respected international gold brokers who have provided precious metal bullion delivery and storage to U.S. clients since 2003. GoldCore are experts in the execution and logistics of the highly specialised precious metals market and specialize in providing the safest bullion (gold, silver, platinum and palladium) ownership, in the safest jurisdictions in the world. We place the confidentiality and privacy of our clients at the core of what we do.

How can I trust GoldCore?

GoldCore are an established and internationally respected gold broker. Goldcore have over 4,200 clients, with over $200 million in assets under management and storage. GoldCore is an award winning bullion services provider and since 2004 the EU’s only Approved Dealer for the government-backed Perth Mint Certificate Program.

GoldCore have an international media profile (CNBC, Bloomberg, CNN, BBC, FT, Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Dow Jones, Associated Press, Reuters etc.) and take part in the Reuters Precious Metals Poll and the Bloomberg Gold Survey.

Is GoldCore financially stable?
We are a private limited company and as such our audited accounts are available for anyone to view by searching for us on the company register in the Republic of Ireland (www.cro.ie). Our company number is 377252. We are happy to provide any interested party with the contact details of our auditors, bank and legal representatives.

Where are your offices?
Our head office is situated in the centre of Dublin on Harcourt Road. We also have an office at No.1 Cornhill in the City of London. We use the London office for pre-arranged client meetings and media events.

Is GoldCore regulated?
The provision of precious metals and related services do not require a regulation. GoldCore was regulated from 2005 until July 2018, operating a successful wealth management business in the Republic of Ireland. This business was sold in 2015. While maintaining the highest operational standards, GoldCore decided to deregulate of its own volition in July 2018. GoldCore felt, given the sale of our wealth management business in 2015, that regulation was no longer needed and arguably represented a degree of risk that was not warranted. The world’s largest gold market based in London is essentially self-regulating and is administered by the industry body the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA).