The foundation of our business is the Aure8 Bullion Compliance, Anti-Money Laundering (AML), Combating the Financing of Terrorism (CFT), Anti-Bribery and Corruption (ABC), and Supply Chain Management Policy, which outlines our commitment to ethical practices and regulatory adherence.

This policy ensures compliance with laws, prevents money laundering and terrorist financing, combats bribery and corruption, and promotes responsible supply chain management. Approved by Senior Management, it is followed by all employees and communicated to suppliers, reflecting our dedication to integrity and transparency in all operations.

Below is a summary of the Aure8 Bullion Supply Chain Policy.

For more details on the management system designed to achieve the goals outlined in our Supply Chain Policy and to ensure compliance with international standards on responsible sourcing, please refer to the Compliance Documents by following the links on this page.

To report any concerns or grievances related to responsible sourcing, please complete the contact form provided at the bottom of this page.


Our commitment is to conduct our work to the highest business, ethical, and sustainability standards, by implementing stringent compliance strategies and through close monitoring of every stage of the gold supply chain.

Implementing sustainable and ethical practices in the supply chain of gold is essential to minimise environmental impact, ensure social responsibility, and support responsible mining practices. We are deeply committed to our responsibilities and have developed and implemented our sustainability and ethical policy based on guidance issued by esteemed organisations within this sector such as:

OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) 

The LBMA (London Bullion Markets Association)

The RMI (Responsible Mineral Initiative)

DMCC (Dubai Multi Commodities Centre)


Fairtrade International


We strictly prohibit any involvement in torture, forced labour, human rights abuses, war crimes, or criminal activities, including money laundering. We do not tolerate any forms of child labour as defined by the International Labour Organisation. We reject any direct or indirect support to non-state armed groups or their affiliates that control or tax mines or any part of the supply chain. We aim to eliminate support to public or private security forces that control mine sites illegally.

We refuse to engage in bribery or corruption, resisting any solicitation of bribes and ensuring transparency in the origin of metals and tax payments. We are dedicated to supporting efforts against money laundering and are committed to high standards of environmental protection and sustainability. We assess suppliers and transactions based on risk and maintain a strong management system to identify and mitigate risks.