Gold bullion broker taps into Irish market
Rob Halliday-Stein says he is setting up the site to cater for demand from Irish clients
A British gold bullion trader has set up a website to sell directly to Irish customers looking for an investment hedge against the current market chaos.
Rob Halliday-Stein told The Sunday Business Post that he was setting up the site to cater for demand from his Irish clients for gold bullion.
Halliday-Stein said his company, Bullion By Post – which he founded in 2008 with a £10,000 investment – has £125 million annual turnover. Of...
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