New Zealand Vault provides our clients two storage options; storing in our safe deposit box vault or in our bullion depository.
For clients wanting to store their bullion in a safety deposit box, we provide allocated boxes that can hold up to 10kgs of bullion in our Wellington safe deposit box vault. If you want to store your bullion in our Auckland safety deposit box vault please contact us.
Opening a safety deposit box with New Zealand Vault is easier and more cost effective than you may think. For our safe deposit box service, we charge an annual fixed fee for the box. For more information on our pricing and insurance, please contact us.
Once your box is opened you have the flexibility to deposit bullion when it suits you. Either purchase bullion from New Zealand Vault’s online trading platform or send your own bullion through one of our global transportation providers. When times get uncertain you’ll be grateful you had the foresight to be prepared and protect your wealth in an offshore private safety deposit box.
In just 4 easy steps your safety deposit box can be opened and ready to receive bullion.
Complete our online registration, review and accept our Terms and Conditions.
Make a credit card payment through our secure online payment engine. Once the payment has been processed, your safety deposit box will then be opened and available to receive bullion.
We require a copy of each of the following forms of ID authorised by a Notary as a true copy and it represents the identity of the named individual:
Post your authorised identification documents back to us at:
New Zealand Vault
PO Box 10206
If you are sending us bullion you already own, contact us and we will give you advice on logistics companies you can use for transportation, insurance, packaging and delivery requirements.
Our address for deliveries is:
New Zealand Vault
Basement Level 2
1 Willis Street
When your bullion arrives at New Zealand Vault it will be deposited into your safety deposit box by international accountancy firm, Grant Thornton New Zealand, along with a New Zealand Vault custodian. They will provide you with the following service:
There is no additional fee for the Grant Thornton New Zealand service.
If you wish to sell a portion or all of your bullion, New Zealand Vault can also arrange for the liquidation of your bullion as long as it meets certain criteria. For more information on the liquidation process please contact us.
Each safety deposit box has 2 keys; 1 held by New Zealand Vault and 1 held by Grant Thornton New Zealand. Both keys are required in order to open the safety deposit box. New Zealand Vault cannot access your safety deposit box without the key held by Grant Thornton and Grant Thornton cannot access it without the New Zealand Vault’s key.
Both New Zealand Vault and Grant Thornton will only act on your written instructions to open your box for any reason. In order to remove any bullion and return it to you, your written request would also need to be validated by a Notary. As a result, you are in complete control as to who can access your safety deposit box.