Our Accreditations | GerrardsBullion - Precious Metals & Bullion Dealer
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Member of the LBMA, LPPM and NPA

Gerrards Ltd is accredited by several organisations in the bullion market.

The London Bullion Market Association is an organisation that sets the standard for the trading of gold and silver bullion bars worldwide. They maintain the Good Delivery List, which comprises of 150 members, in over 30 countries. This includes refiners, manufacturers, traders, storage and security carriers.

The LBMA is also responsible for fixing the gold price twice daily, and the silver price once per day. It provides reports of the bullion market, as well as analyses and forecasts of the gold and silver prices.

The London Bullion Market Association is an organisation that sets the standard for the trading of gold and silver bullion bars worldwide. They maintain the Good Delivery List, which comprises of 150 members, in over 30 countries. This includes refiners, manufacturers, traders, storage and security carriers.

The LBMA is also responsible for fixing the gold price twice daily, and the silver price once per day. It provides reports of the bullion market, as well as analyses and forecasts of the gold and silver prices.

The London Platinum and Palladium Market (LPPM) is a London based organisation, responsible for fixing platinum and palladium prices since 1989. These prices are used worldwide as a benchmark where the trading of Platinum Group Metals are involved.

The organisation also maintains a Good Delivery List, and sets the standard for the refining and trading of platinum and palladium.

The London Platinum and Palladium Market (LPPM) is a London based organisation, responsible for fixing platinum and palladium prices since 1989. These prices are used worldwide as a benchmark where the trading of Platinum Group Metals are involved.

The organisation also maintains a Good Delivery List, and sets the standard for the refining and trading of platinum and palladium.

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The National Pawnbroker Association (NPA) is an organisation that promotes services and best practices within the pawnbroking sector. As a long established organisation created in 1892, the NPA council is made of 14 members that represent large commercial chains and independent stores.

Through its regular meetings, the NPA ensure that firms within the pawnbroking sector can provide the best services to individual sellers. The NPA also devise policies to develop the industry according to government standards.

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The National Pawnbroker Association (NPA) is an organisation that promotes services and best practices within the pawnbroking sector. As a long established organisation created in 1892, the NPA council is made of 14 members that represent large commercial chains and independent stores.

Through its regular meetings, the NPA ensure that firms within the pawnbroking sector can provide the best services to individual sellers. The NPA also devise policies to develop the industry according to government standards.

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