The Vault Australia accept almost any type of asset that has a value and that can be verified for ownership;
The Vault takes great pride in it's ability to protect the privacy of it's clients. Safekeeping fees are based on three criteria;
Value of the asset
Physical size of the asset
Term of services
The Vault can accept almost any kind of valuable assets for Safekeeping purposes. We can then issue a Safekeeping Receipt for that asset which can be used by the asset owner as proof of ownership and for the transferring title to that asset. Safekeeping Receipts can be verified by private parties as well as banking institutions, but only with prior written consent from the asset owner. The Vault takes great pride in it's ability to protect the privacy of it's clients. Safekeeping fees are based on three criteria. Value of the asset, physical size of the asset, and term of services.
The Vault can pick up almost any kind of valuable asset utilising a secure transportation and logistics solutions, from almost any destination around the world. We work very closely with Brinks and Chubb, both global leaders in business and security services serving banks, retailers, governments, mints, diamantine and jewellers through more than 800 facilities and thousands of vehicles in 50 countries on 6 continents – Both companies offer an unrivalled global footprint that delivers incomparable security, efficiency and visibility across the logistics lifecycle.
The Vault can authenticate almost any asset that is owned by our clients. We pride ourselves in our ability to do so. We have retained the most experienced people in their fields of expertise to do this type of work. Historical documents, trusts, various kinds of no longer circulated paper money, coins, stocks, any other assets of potential value can all be authenticated by The Vault. Once completed The Vault will issue to the owner of the asset a Authentication Report.
The Vault can issue an Evaluation Report as to the true value of the asset at the time of deposit. The designation of the evaluators depends on the type of asset that is being evaluated. Gemstones are appraised by the most qualified gemstone appraisers in the area and they always carry at least a GIA designation. Art work and heirlooms are contracted out to the largest and most experienced antique evaluators. Whatever the asset The Vault will be able to have it evaluated by the best people in the field and will issue an Evaluation report that will reflect that true value.
Blocked Asset Letters
The Vault can issue Blocked Asset Letters for any asset that The Vault Australia is holding on deposit. These Blocked Asset letters can be issued for any specific time period requested. Once these letters are issued and confirmed as accepted, the asset will never leave The Vault during that specific time period unless it is released by whom the letter is blocked to. Periodic verification of the block is welcomed as are random inspections of the asset at our facility.
The Vault can is issue a safekeeping receipt against for any asset being held in safe custody at The Vault Australia. After conducting authentication, evaluation on the asset, The Vault will issue a Safekeeping Receipt verifying the assets valuation which can be utilized as collateral and prove of ownership of the asset.
With the COVID-19 virus being declared a global pandemic, we wanted to share some important information about the steps we’re taking to support you during these uncertain times.
Our first priority is the safety and well being of our customers, our people and the general public. We’re closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation and, following the advice of the government authorities, we will respond to any updated recommendations.
Please note however, our offices and storage facility will be temporarily closed to the public from Monday 23 March 2020 until further notice to ensure the safety of our customers and staff.
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