|CEF||Sprott Physical Gold & Silver Trust||Gold Bar List
Silver Bar List
|PHYS||Sprott Physical Gold Trust||Gold Bar List|
|PSLV||Sprott Physical Silver Trust||Silver Bar List|
|SPPP||Sprott Physical Platinum & Palladium Trust||Platinum Bar List
Palladium Bar List
These links provide complete lists of the serial numbers for each gold, silver, platinum or palladium bar held at The Royal Canadian Mint on behalf of the Sprott Physical Bullion Trusts. Please note that all bars held within the Trust are London Good Delivery. The bars are segregated within the vault and fully unencumbered.
The Trusts' precious metals are fully allocated which provides the Trusts with direct beneficial ownership. Unlike other bullion funds, the Trusts do not have an unallocated account that is used to facilitate transfers of bullion between financial institutions that act as authorized participants. Without exception, all of the bullion owned by the Trusts is held in the Trusts' allocated accounts in physical form.
In contrast, unallocated gold does not correspond to specific bars and does not provide direct beneficial ownership or title. Counter party risk is a key consideration when investing in unallocated gold as there may not be a sufficient amount of gold backing all of the ownership claims and in the event of bankruptcy, you will likely become an unsecured creditor.
Subject to minimum redemption amounts, unitholders have the ability to redeem their units for physical bullion on a monthly basis. The Royal Canadian Mint can deliver the bars almost anywhere in the world via an Armored Transportation Service Carrier. Physical redemptions will never dilute remaining unitholders. All physical redemptions are equal to 100% of the NAV per Unit of the redeemed units, less redemption and delivery expenses, including the handling of the notice of redemption and the applicable bullion storage in-and-out fees.1
The primary reason to invest in precious metals is to manage a number of potential risks – financial, geopolitical, currency devaluation, inflation, etc. As we witnessed in the 2008 financial crises, even the world’s largest financial institutions are not immune from insolvency and government bail outs. For these reasons, the Trusts store their precious metals in custody with the Royal Canadian Mint, a Federal Crown Corporation of the Government of Canada. There is no levered financial institution between the unitholders and the Trusts' physical bullion and no risk of financial loss in the event of a bankruptcy or nationalization of the financial institution.
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