Newstalk’s Bobby Kerr Interviews GoldCore’s Mark O’ Byrne
There is a growing movement by investors and central banks internationally to “repatriate” gold and own it “in country” due to concerns of gold confiscation and financial repression involving capital and exchange controls. A form of gold confiscation has already been seen with Venezuela unable to repatriate their remaining gold from the Bank of England.
Due to persisting uncertainty regarding the outcome of Brexit and other global risks, Irish and some international investors are preferring to store their gold bullion in Dublin and rather than London and other locations.
Many investors, institutions and central banks are moving to take possession and ownership of their gold bullion and orRead More »