Al Etihad Gold is bound with Dubai Multi Commodities Centre (DMCC) with its rules and regulations concerning responsible supply chain management.
Our reputation is a product of quality service provided to our clients from across the globe. We are fully committed to follow best practices, market standards and business ethics to attain a responsible supply chain.
Al Etihad Gold recognizes that risks of significant adverse impacts may be associated with extracting, trading, handling and exporting minerals from conflict-affected and high-risk areas, and we recognize that we have the responsibility to respect human rights and not contribute to conflict, we commit to adopt, widely disseminate and incorporate in contracts and/or agreements with suppliers the following policy on responsible sourcing of minerals from conflict-affected and high-risk areas, as representing a common reference for conflict-sensitive sourcing practices and suppliers’ risk awareness from the point of extraction until end user. We commit to refraining from any action which contributes to the financing of conflict and we commit to comply with relevant United Nations sanctions resolutions or, where applicable, domestic laws implementing such resolutions.
Our Company implements and maintains a robust policy and detailed processes with common principles and standards for Responsible Supply Chain Management, Anti Money Laundering and Combating the Financing of Terrorism which includes:
(c) Criteria for Supply Chain Due Diligence;
(d) Know-Your-Customer (KYC) Processes;
(e) Monitoring and Surveillance; and
As part of our commitment, we undergo and yearly compliance audits in accordance with the DMCC Guidance. On 2016, we voluntarily underwent the Conflict-Free Smelter Program now known as the Responsible Minerals Initiative and we are proud to be a Conformant Gold Refiner. We are a Responsible Jewellery Certified Refinery COP 2019. Our Compliance and Assurance Reports are available in the links below.
Al Etihad Gold RJC Policy
Al Etihad Gold Supplier Code of Conduct
Al Etihad Gold Responsible Supply Chain, Anti-Bribery & Corruption, Anti-Money Laundering and Combatting the Financing of Terrorism Policy
RJC Summary Report for 2022 Audit
Al Etihad Gold RJC Code of Practice 2019 Audit and Certification Scope Information
Responsible Jewellery Council Members List
RMI - RMAP Gold Protocol Assessment Summary Report March 2023
Responsible Minerals Initiative - Conformant Gold Refiners List
Al Etihad Gold Compliance Report 2022
Independent Reasonable Assurance Report 2022
Al Etihad Gold Compliance Report 2021
Independent Limited Assurance Report 2021
Al Etihad Gold Compliance Report 2020
Independent Reasonable Assurance Report 2020
Al Etihad Gold Compliance Report 2019
Independent Limited Assurance Report 2019
Al Etihad Gold Compliance Report 2018
Independent Limited Assurance Report 2018
Al Etihad Gold Compliance Report 2017
Independent Reasonable Assurance Report 2017
Al Etihad Gold Compliance Report 2016
Al Etihad Gold Limited Assurance Report 2016
Al Etihad Gold Compliance Report 2015
Al Etihad Gold Limited Assurance Report 2015
2. Emirates Bullion Committee Rules for Risk Based Due Diligence in the Gold Supply Chain V.1 2021
3. LBMA Responsible Sourcing Program - Responsible Gold Guidance V.9 Nov. 2021
4. Responsible Minerals Assurance Process - Gold Refiner Standard Effective Date 1 June 2018.
5. Responsible Jewellery Council COP 2019 Dec. 2019
6. Responsible Jewellery Council COC 2017 Nov. 2019
7. UAE Ministry of Economy Due Diligence Regulations for Responsible Sourcing of Gold ver.1 Aug. 2022
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The UAEGD Standard is the only globally accepted and relevant standard for 1kg gold bars with a minimum of 995 fineness.
Our knowledge, experience, technical expertise and modern state-of-the-art refining facility ensures superior treatment of all gold & silver metal refining lots.