India Bullion and Jewellers Association Ltd. (IBJA) was established in September 1919, as a result of the prevailing circumstances in the market that warranted an association with multi-faceted approach to the problems and challenges faced by the bullion traders in a newly liberated India. The IBJA has grown in its reach, stature and reputation over the last 65 years since its creation. It has proved to be an unbiased platform and is now considered the Apex association for all bullion and jewellery associations in India. Presently India is the world's largest consumer of Gold bullion, gold jewellery and gold ornaments.
IBJA helps its members and the community at large for the promotion & regulation of Bullion trade, address disputes and arbitrations between dealers, provide a neutral & correct platform for weighing precious metals acceptable to the trading community, interact with different executive agencies, provide reliable & correct reports of assaying of precious metals acceptable to the parties involved. Increasingly it plays a key, pivotal role in interacting with the all Government Departments on behalf of bullion traders, dealers and jewellers in its implementation of new policy matters, import export issues and help in the economic growth of the country.
India Bullion and Jewellers Association Ltd. owns a building in the heart of South Mumbai at Zaveri Bazaar from where as part of its day to day activities the India Bullion and Jewellers Assosciation carries out a range of business activities to assist the Bullion and Jewellers Industry members which include Melting, Assaying, XRF Spectrometry, Hallmarking, Medallions and Coins, Dharam Kanta (Metal Weighing), Lockers, Communications etc. Please view the website for more details and you can also follow us on social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter.