In today’s era of heightened instability within the global financial markets, there is a noticeable and growing trend among individuals to establish Self Managed Super Funds (SMSFs) and incorporate precious metals like gold and silver bullion, as well as other valuable collectables, into their diversified superannuation portfolios. The primary motivation behind this trend is the desire to safeguard one’s hard-earned retirement savings from potential erosion during unforeseen financial crises, which can strike without warning and could coincide with an individual’s pension phase.
Incorporating tangible assets like precious metals and collectables, which have historically shown limited correlation with traditional asset classes such as stocks and real estate, serves as a strategic means of protection against such unforeseen downturns. These hard assets often exhibit an inverse relationship with the performance of financial and property assets, appreciating in value when other assets decline. The key principle here is achieving wealth balance and preservation. For instance, during the GFC, the value of gold doubled while stock markets halved.
For those clients that opt to hold this kind of asset in their SMSF, Reserve Vault assumes a crucial role in this wealth protection strategy. Storing your valuable assets and collectables in an independent, highly secure environment not only aligns with SMSF regulations but also addresses critical financial and personal security concerns that storing assets in safes at home or unconventional locations may not adequately cover. Furthermore, we offer the convenience of arranging All Risks insurance and Independent Audits at a fraction of the cost compared to home storage, making it an enticing SMSF solution.
An additional advantage of choosing Reserve Vault is that many of Brisbane’s reputable bullion dealers can conveniently deliver your assets directly to our secure facility. This eliminates the risk associated with carrying your life’s savings around town, ensuring a higher level of security.
Setting up a customer account under your Self Managed Superannuation Fund (SMSF) is a straightforward process. In addition to providing the requisite identification documents, we simply require the front and signing/execution page of the relevant Superannuation Trust Deed and any company statement if it is a corporate trustee. Feel free to contact us to discuss your specific needs and requirements in further detail.