World Federation of Diamond Bourses (WFDB)

Membership of a diamond Bourse protects you.

The World Federation of Diamond Bourses (WFDB) was founded in 1947 to unite and to provide bourses trading in rough and polished diamonds and precious stones, with a common set of trading practice. www.wfdb.com

The object of the World Federation of Diamond Bourses is to protect the interests of affiliated bourses and their individual members, and to further the amicable settlement or arbitration of differences and disputes between the individual members of the affiliated bourses and between the affiliated bourses. In furtherance of this object, it is the aim of the world federation to participate in the promotion of world trade and to encourage the establishment of bourses, with the view of eventual affiliation of all centres where diamonds are actively traded.

Members of the bourses affiliated to the World Federation of Diamond Bourses pledge themselves to uphold the traditions, principles of mutual trust, consideration and friendship which prevail among the members of the bourses world-wide. They pledge themselves to abide by and hand down these principles and to ensure that they will forever serve as a basis in business relations between members of the affiliated bourses world-wide.

David Gavin, accepting membership into the WFDB on behalf of the Diamond Bourse of Canada

David Gavin, accepting membership into the WFDB on behalf of the Diamond Bourse of Canada from Ernie Blom, president of the WFDB. June 16, 2014 in Antwerp, Belgium.

The Diamond Bourse of Canada was inducted into the WFDB on June 16, 2014, becoming the 29th Bourse to join.

 

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