PAMP SA is an abbreviation of 'Produits Artistiques Métaux Précieux' and are a member of the MKS Group, an independent Swiss operator in the field of precious metal refining and fabrication. With humble beginnings in the production of bars that weighed under 100 grams and heavily involved in the both jewelry and luxury timepiece industries, it is now a leader in collecting doré from reputable mines around the world, assaying and worldwide delivery of its bars and coins. Their range now extends to bullion bars that weigh between 1 gram and 12.5kg.
PAMP is well known for its excellence in custom minting and their legal tender coins are used by a multitude of governments. Their products are 'Good Delivery' as marked by the Swiss National Bank, the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) and a host of the leading American, Japanese, Chinese and Arab Metal Exchanges. PAMP has invested heavily in initiatives that support fair-trade guarantees ensuring that precious metals are never extracted from conflict areas or from mines that engage any human exploitation. Members of the Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals Trade (PPA) include many blue chip multinationals and furthermore PAMP is regulated for compliance by the Swiss Money Laundering Legislation.
PAMP S.A processes precious metals across gold, silver and platinum group metals and their gold refining capacity alone is over 450 metric tons per annum. Mined doré and even scrap gold are carefully refined up to 999.9 (four-nines) and often as high as 999.99 (five-nines) purity. PAMP S.A. Good Delivery gold bars range from just 50 grams to 400 t/oz and their silver Good Delivery bars from 100 grams to 1,000 ounces. For both platinum and palladium PAMP's Good Delivery bars range from1 gram bars through to bars that weigh 1 - 6 kgs (more often than not 999.5 fine)
PAMP was a first mover in the refinery world, introducing highly decorative designs on the reverse of their ingots and they own a majority market share in the production and distribution of sub 50 gram gold bars globally. The Roman goddess of fortune (Lady Fortuna) was their first intricate motif branded into their bullion products though they have also designed a myriad of eye-catching motifs from across the worlds of fashion, the natural world and pop culture.