For several years, Sprott Money has helped investors store precious metal at facilities in Ontario, B.C. and Delaware. And now, the company is offering international facilities in Europe, Asia and the Caribbean.

To do so, Sprott has entered into partnership with Brinks Global Services and has launched an international storage program. Precious metals stored within Sprott’s facilities are fully insured, and are audited quarterly.

For storage in the Caribbean, the company has partnered with Strategic Wealth Preservation, which offers an independently owned and privately operated facility in the Grand Cayman.


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