Me & My Money

Providing Safe House for safe-haven assets

Gregor Gregersen started Silver Bullion after he saw rush for gold and silver during financial crisis

Silver Bullion founder Gregor Gregersen, with his wife Michelle Tay and daughter Daenerys, in front of silver bars at The Safe House, a precious metals vault in Chai Chee. He advocates long-term investing in undervalued assets that have good upside based
Silver Bullion founder Gregor Gregersen, with his wife Michelle Tay and daughter Daenerys, in front of silver bars at The Safe House, a precious metals vault in Chai Chee. He advocates long-term investing in undervalued assets that have good upside based on strong trends. ST PHOTO: LIM YAOHUI
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Leveraging his financial and software development experience and with $130,000 of savings, Mr Gregor Gregersen set up Silver Bullion in 2009. The firm allows clients seeking to diversify wealth into liquid assets to buy and store precious metals.

It operates its own precious metals vault, called The Safe House, in Chai Chee. It is a tax-free zone recognised by the Singapore Customs. Last year, electric vehicle battery metals - nickel and cobalt - were introduced as a new asset class for customers keen to invest in the growing global electric vehicle trend.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on July 14, 2019, with the headline Providing Safe House for safe-haven assets . Subscribe